Re Q's use of 1 year Delta
together with the plan being 2 days ahead of schedule
- it has worried me for a while that some Future Proves
Past news occurs exactly a year later from a post and some appears a year plus 1 or 2 days later!
Surely, to prove Qs prediction, there needs to be a mathematical method to tie the event date back to the prediction date?
I now have a theory which could tie these links down mathematically - including the 1 year delta!
Firstly, for reference, here's where Q made us aware we are 2 days ahead of schedule:
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI ID: f71f75 No.4609878 📁
Jan 5 2019 12:45:01 (EST)
(2 days ahead of schedule)
Now to explain the Draft theory...
1) We need to convert a decimal date into another date either 1 year later or 1 year + up to 2 days later:
2) How do you mathematically make YEAR '18 become '19 - by use of base 11, because 18 in base11 = 11+8 = 19,
3) For MONTHS, using base11, Jan to Oct remain the same, Oct (10) becomes Nov(11), Nov(11) becomes Dec(12). So that works!
4) For DAYS, using base 11:
1st to 10th remain the same,
11th to 19th become 12th to 20th = 1 day later,
20th to 29th become 22nd to 31st = 2 days later,
So that works - except for 30th to 31st - which become 33rd to 34th.
So the DRAFT THEORY is:
For Q posts containing predictions, the event occurs on the date reached by converting the datestamp from base 11 to base10
If you look at the date circles around the Qclock you will see that for each outer row the month/day is either the same or a day later than the
This could not work for 2017 predictions which would only give 2018 event dayes - maybe there is another parameter to be used?
18-10-2019 by RelSciHistItSufi because: (no reason given)
edit on 18-10-2019 by RelSciHistItSufi because: (no reason given)