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Pareidolia or ancient aliens? Are there hidden pictures in binary numbers?

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posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 01:09 AM
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originally posted by: RavenSpeaks
"Strange.. Is this pareidolia, or something more important?"

It's both. The "something more important" is symmetry .
The numbers on the triangles are mirrored therefore giving
rise to symmetrical figures.

Schuyler beat me to the punch , I see, but I'll hit you with some more.

IF you mirror even chaos/ randomness, then you get symmetrical patterns that "look like something"
Sometimes you get alien faces / figures, fantasmic looking beings. Order out of Chaos

Been there , Done that. And you too can go there fellow ATS'ers ! For Free!

Here's how:

Download a copy of the venerable graphics program called "Deluxe Paint II".
Run the program in an emulator.
Choose the mirror option and choose how many mirrors.
Next choose spray paint as your brush, and make brush lines small.
Now move mouse around randomly and click randomly too to paint.
You will see some amazing stuff.
Black spray paint on white background is best.
Have fun. Post pics. I will too If I can find time.





Take this to the world of Alan Watts..... he once described something as a thread as something that is both chaotic and full of order, depending on which level you observe it.
At first all those numbers are a jumble but at some point all that chaos orders itself.

Even the human race is an example of such. On local level we are a chaotic mix of races and inequality, on planetary scale there is balance. (Counter poles being fx extremely poor and extremely rich... none can exist without the other).

And just look how a selection of the sky looks with all the clusters of galaxies. From afar, you cant tell how complex they are with the bare eye.

The universe is grand, and so is science.....

To me its obvious that since molecules, atoms and such follow mathematical laws to a great extend, it makes good sense that numbers, even binary can describe the looks of beings scattered across the universe. Its not co-incidence.... it design, but not by a god, but by the universe itself.




posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 02:50 AM
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you should show them to someone without suggesting what the images look like. You might be tainting results when you say what they look like before hand.



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 04:00 AM
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I don't understand, are you saying aloens created the nature of numbers and there relationship to each other? because without actually makimg the universe they would have no control over how these looked.



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 04:57 AM
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originally posted by: dr1234
I don't understand, are you saying aloens created the nature of numbers and there relationship to each other? because without actually makimg the universe they would have no control over how these looked.


If someone deliberately put patterns in the fundamental structure of numbers, then presumably that would have to take place before or during the creation of our universe, yes.



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 06:38 AM
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amazing that aliens play 8 bit games too

I like the theory and it looks good and seems logical
but I think just pareidolia



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 12:07 PM
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originally posted by: yampa

originally posted by: dr1234
I don't understand, are you saying aloens created the nature of numbers and there relationship to each other? because without actually makimg the universe they would have no control over how these looked.


If someone deliberately put patterns in the fundamental structure of numbers, then presumably that would have to take place before or during the creation of our universe, yes.


Exactly my point. Which is why I don't understand this nonsense thread, of course it is paredolia. Unless we are assuming these ancient aliens also created the rules of the universe.



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 12:53 PM
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originally posted by: dr1234
Exactly my point. Which is why I don't understand this nonsense thread, of course it is paredolia. Unless we are assuming these ancient aliens also created the rules of the universe.


I'm just suggesting that as a possibility. I have no interest in promoting intelligent design, but if I did, I think this data would be worth considering.

Maybe this is evidence of whoever created our universe?

I think you can make good arguments that the numbers behind these pictures create an anomalous number of anthropomorphic forms using very minimal data. Why is that?



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 03:34 PM
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Here's some pareidolia porn I created with Deluxe Paint II .
Mirror function with spray paint as a brush was used.
Random movements of mouse and random clicking of mouse button was the method
to my madness.




posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 03:52 PM
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a reply to: RavenSpeaks

Wow! Isn't this a violation of the t&c?

Just kidding. I see plenty of faces going down the middle; including the leader of the Thundercats near the top, and Darth Vader near the bottom. I even see some figures looking in at the totem-pole from the sides.



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 04:47 PM
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a reply to: RavenSpeaks

The symmetry is interesting, I think of it as the butterfly effect, but why does this occur so readily in nature too? In my mind these patterns we see are a result of the building blocks of life and indeed universe, these building blocks are numbers.
The basic elements are defined and only differentiated by the number of atomic particles which they consist of for example, those being the Electron, Proton, and Neutron. (which reminds me some what of the sacred trinity)
We know they in turn are made up of quantum particles but my point being the variety diminishes the closer we look, and its the same with numbers. All kinds of complexity can be generated from just a 0 and 1 or on and off and it's sequence there of.
what amazes me, is, well all of it really!



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 05:48 PM
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a reply to: yampa

Is that a black triangle? (lol)

The Fibonacci series is a fundamental method nature uses to order herself. You see it everywhere you look from the spiral of a galaxy to the spiral in a shell on the beach to the distribution of leaves in a plant. Like the pyramid additions this is also an additive process: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34,… where each succeeding term is the sum of the last two terms.

How do plants, shells, galaxies, the dimensions of man, sun flowers, pine cones, pineapples, etc., all encode the “Golden Ratio” within them? Just divide the last Fib Num by the previous one! The larger you go the better the accuracy. That is the cross over between integers and irrational numbers. Then you start to notice irrationals everywhere. This information really scared the Pythagoreans because their belief centered on whole integers and the perfection of God.

Which asks in another form, did God create mathematics? There is a thread here on ATS where a scientist was looking at quantum equations about particles in space and found the partial differential equations used to transfer data in a WAN (wide area network, like the internet). He freaked out a little. Are we in a simulation? Why does math work?

Patterns exist in irrational numbers and in self-referential ones (chaos theory) so why not binary? Sometimes it is pleasant like a piece of art and other times… pixelated blocks. What are pixels but a binary signal?!

Wikipedia: Fibonacci numbers.

Like the Lego constructions! S+F to get everybody thinking about math!



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 07:53 PM
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originally posted by: RavenSpeaks
Here's some pareidolia porn I created with Deluxe Paint II .
Mirror function with spray paint as a brush was used.
Random movements of mouse and random clicking of mouse button was the method
to my madness.


Thing is, no one can ever recreate your image. It only exists here. The images I have shown can be rediscovered by anyone, anywhere, at any time.

It's like comparing the digits of pi to a number you just made up yourself. Clearly, a number you make up yourself by mashing the keypad is not the same as pi? One is an important universal constant, one is meaningless to anyone but you.

The important thing here is not that we have found some random symmetrical pictures, the important thing is that we are seeing pictures encoded in a piece of universally accessible mathematical data.



posted on Aug, 8 2016 @ 10:07 PM
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originally posted by: RavenSpeaks
Here's some pareidolia porn I created with Deluxe Paint II .
Mirror function with spray paint as a brush was used.
Random movements of mouse and random clicking of mouse button was the method
to my madness.




Computers use numbers to generate this right?



posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 01:23 AM
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originally posted by: iTruthSeeker

Computers use numbers to generate this right?


Not numbers that anyone else can find again. The numbers used to encode Ravenspeak's image will only ever exist once. They will not last for long.

The key here is the ability to rediscover the numbers. The pictures I have shown use a pattern in numbers that has existed since the start of our universe, and they will be there until the universe comes to an end.

Do you see the difference between numbers & pixels created using the triangle below, and pixels chosen at random?


edit on 9-8-2016 by yampa because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 01:40 AM
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Really cool, it probably is pareidolia but it's a freaky one at that. I see faces everywhere in the sequences!



posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 11:29 AM
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a reply to: Wolfenz

I've read about those things, they were supposed to have belonged to a wrecked ship couple that landed on the coast of Asia red-haired and cave dwellers in which they were found.



posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 05:04 PM
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originally posted by: yampa

originally posted by: iTruthSeeker

Computers use numbers to generate this right?


Not numbers that anyone else can find again. The numbers used to encode Ravenspeak's image will only ever exist once. They will not last for long.

The key here is the ability to rediscover the numbers. The pictures I have shown use a pattern in numbers that has existed since the start of our universe, and they will be there until the universe comes to an end.

Do you see the difference between numbers & pixels created using the triangle below, and pixels chosen at random?




Definitely neat stuff. I think there is more than just pareidolia going on.



posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 09:51 PM
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I really do appreciate your thread . You have shown me something I was not aware of and that
is worth something to me. That numbers can be anthropomorphic on a minimalist
level is kind of interesting. And the fact that Pi is a constant is very comforting to know.
Apparently though, the Universe likes variety too , because last I heard, no two snowflakes
are alike . And that uniqueness is there always whether anyone appreciates it or not.
I definitely wouldn't discount them as meaningless for being non reproducible
Together they can make one heck of a blizzard.
But don"t despair the constant is that snowflakes will always be cold.


To be honest , math has never been my forte or interest. I never liked being
"Cold and Calculating" Would the opposite of that be "Warm and Random"?

Hey I have another unique snowflake for Ya ATS'ers . Frozen in time . Reproduce at will!





posted on Aug, 10 2016 @ 11:27 AM
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The top row totally looks like a rocket ship. I thought that's where you were going with the ancient aliens angle. This is really cool, but I honestly don't see anything anomalous in those graphs.



posted on Aug, 12 2016 @ 04:42 AM
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a reply to: yampa

You can see faces in the clouds all the time, just like in most of these binary triangles too. I'd say pareidolia, but it might be interesting to put some research onto simmilar number structures. Anyways, thanks for the read and the new word pareidolia. (Not even sure how I didn't know it before)



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