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originally posted by: Argyll
a reply to: NumberMan
I was refering more to this:
I more recently had an influx of the number 231 and 111. I decided to multiply the two numbers together.
Why did you decide to multiply the two numbers?....why not divide or subtract?.....find the square root etc.
It's all just mathematical sleight of hand really.....just keep going until you get the result you wanted in the first place.
originally posted by: PraeterLambo
a reply to: NumberMan
I think I can help with 111 and 1111. They are binary for 7 and 15, which if A=1 B=2, are the first two letters of GOD. You need the third number, 4, to complete the puzzle. It's a date. Use the 7 and 4 twice, the 15 once. It's the 46th birthday of the Messiah and the day his body is complete. In the Book of John Jesus says he will knock down the temple that took 46 years to build and raise it in three days. Later they realise Jesus was talking about his body.
I hope that helps.
Dividing would give me decimals that never end resulting in useless data. What's the point of a square of two numbers.
Use the 7 and 4 twice, the 15 once.
originally posted by: noonebutme
Lately though, I've also seen 8, 0 and 3.
What does it mean..? WHAT DOES IT MEAN???
originally posted by: Argyll
a reply to: NumberMan
Dividing would give me decimals that never end resulting in useless data. What's the point of a square of two numbers.
No offense taken the thread is titled possibility of course. I'm not telling people to dig a bunker and get rations for years lol.
You could divide and round up or down.......you could square each of the two numbers and then add them together or subtract one from the other or multiply them....ad infinitim.
I'm not knocking you, I'm just trying to show that when it comes to numbers you can get them to do pretty much whatever you want them to with a little maths and imagination.