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Bible Math, Hebrew numbers/letters

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posted on Aug, 29 2006 @ 03:01 AM

Originally posted by mr conspiracy
circle is closed.

therefore the area it contains cannot be limitless; it is finite.

hence pi must end.

either that or, .... Oh no...God !!!!!!!!

A circle is closed, but the area within it is defined by both the distance from its center to the outside in relation to its circumference. The center to outside is defined by one wanting to make a circle, but the distance of circumference by itself can be infinite depending on the number of revolutions one wants to measure. By measuring the circumference without a cycle, or division, the distance becomes infinite, and part of the whole and connecting to its beginning all at the same time, but also immeasurable in this way.

This cannot be said of a triangle, or a square or any other geometric shape, which has definite points that define distances of the perimeter based on its center.

Pi has no end, because it tries to equate a linear measure with an infinte measure, where the linear measure is always defined by the person theorizing the radius.

This is why a circle is attributed to God in this mathematical way. It is comparing finite to the infinite or vice versa with only one number that is irrational.

posted on Sep, 1 2006 @ 03:56 PM
Lets keep it real.

There is no infinite in a circle.

Circumference is limited.

Radius is limited.

Yet we are asked to believe that its area is not limited.

Somebody somewhere got it wrong.

How can we accept that a closed space contain infinite area.

Therefore, we can be sure that no matter how long the PI is, it has to be finite.

Hence, PI cannot be limitless.

posted on Sep, 1 2006 @ 08:38 PM
Think about a circle...a perfect circle.

No matter how many points are added to the circumference of the circle, the shape accomodates the addition...the shape grows but remains perfect as a circle....

You can do this forever and it remains a circle.

No matter where you place the point on the perimeter, the circle remains.

This is not possible with any other geometric shape.

The circle has the lowest ratio of area to circumference. It is the most efficient of shapes in that fashion.

All things boil down to a circle, spiral, sphere, or helix....

ALL things.

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