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originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Kais123
Ok... So you explained how you can incorporate hours and months into the same number base (I see you are using base 12, but that technically rewrites time since 12 hours is only half a day). Also, I already know what MSM means. I asked specifically what you mean by the expression "heavily used by msm". How are months used more often than days, weeks, or years?
originally posted by: Kais123
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Kais123
Ok... So you explained how you can incorporate hours and months into the same number base (I see you are using base 12, but that technically rewrites time since 12 hours is only half a day). Also, I already know what MSM means. I asked specifically what you mean by the expression "heavily used by msm". How are months used more often than days, weeks, or years?
let me give you a quick example
www.bnf.org...
b=2 n=2 f=2
the complete illuminati code in your face you have there!
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
originally posted by: Kais123
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Kais123
Ok... So you explained how you can incorporate hours and months into the same number base (I see you are using base 12, but that technically rewrites time since 12 hours is only half a day). Also, I already know what MSM means. I asked specifically what you mean by the expression "heavily used by msm". How are months used more often than days, weeks, or years?
let me give you a quick example
www.bnf.org...
b=2 n=2 f=2
the complete illuminati code in your face you have there!
So according to your math B, N, and F all equal 2 so that must mean that B = N = F? That's all I got from what you just wrote there. Not sure how any of it relates to what I've been asking though. Also why do those three letters equal 2?
thats only if you use the months....which i dont always
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Kais123
Why? Because you said so? Also, I see those are random strings of characters. I see no rhyme or reason to the pattern you are presenting. And apparently M equals 1, 3, and 5 all at the same time?
originally posted by: Kais123
thats only if you use the months....which i dont always
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Kais123
Why? Because you said so? Also, I see those are random strings of characters. I see no rhyme or reason to the pattern you are presenting. And apparently M equals 1, 3, and 5 all at the same time?
If you wanted the formula here it is
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
originally posted by: Kais123
thats only if you use the months....which i dont always
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Kais123
Why? Because you said so? Also, I see those are random strings of characters. I see no rhyme or reason to the pattern you are presenting. And apparently M equals 1, 3, and 5 all at the same time?
Huh? Are we speaking the same language? You REALLY need to break down your methodology more than just assigning a bunch of numbers to letters and assuming people know what you are talking about.
feel free to work it out anyways u want too....this way works for me!
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Kais123
So you are randomly converting our alphabet from base 26 to base 12 or base 24 just to make your idea work? Under what grounds do you proclaim to be able to do that? When you switch bases, numbers don't stay the same. For instance 2 in base 10 is 2 but in base 2 it is 10 (read one zero not ten though).
originally posted by: Kais123
feel free to work it out anyways u want too....this way works for me!
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Kais123
So you are randomly converting our alphabet from base 26 to base 12 or base 24 just to make your idea work? Under what grounds do you proclaim to be able to do that? When you switch bases, numbers don't stay the same. For instance 2 in base 10 is 2 but in base 2 it is 10 (read one zero not ten though).
im not the only one using this way of decoding...all the elite and msm are using this method
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
originally posted by: Kais123
feel free to work it out anyways u want too....this way works for me!
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Kais123
So you are randomly converting our alphabet from base 26 to base 12 or base 24 just to make your idea work? Under what grounds do you proclaim to be able to do that? When you switch bases, numbers don't stay the same. For instance 2 in base 10 is 2 but in base 2 it is 10 (read one zero not ten though).
Well here's the thing. With math there is only ONE way to work it out. Sure you can take shortcuts or apply mathematical properties or laws in different orders from time to time, but generally there is only one answer. Math isn't up to your interpretation like religion is. It either IS or it ISN'T. And the way you are using math doesn't work.
originally posted by: Kais123
im not the only one using this way of decoding...all the elite and msm are using this method
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
originally posted by: Kais123
feel free to work it out anyways u want too....this way works for me!
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Kais123
So you are randomly converting our alphabet from base 26 to base 12 or base 24 just to make your idea work? Under what grounds do you proclaim to be able to do that? When you switch bases, numbers don't stay the same. For instance 2 in base 10 is 2 but in base 2 it is 10 (read one zero not ten though).
Well here's the thing. With math there is only ONE way to work it out. Sure you can take shortcuts or apply mathematical properties or laws in different orders from time to time, but generally there is only one answer. Math isn't up to your interpretation like religion is. It either IS or it ISN'T. And the way you are using math doesn't work.