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For instance, does it make sense to you that one of the most profound equations that you have, being that of the circle - called pi [π] - is an irrational number? [An irrational number in math is one having an infinite and nonrecurring expansion when expressed as a decimal.] It goes forever! Does that make sense for one of the most profound formulas of the Universe? We happen to know that on one of your spacecrafts to communicate with anybody who might find it, you put that number pi right on the plaque on the spacecraft. It’s like a communication in math, in case any intelligent life-force should find it, they would then say, "Oh, Humans have pi! Therefore, they must be intelligent." Let me tell you what an intelligent society will know when they see that. They will look at it and say, "These creatures are flying in space, and they don’t even have base-12! Look what they think pi is! They must still be in base-10." It’s like finding an advanced society with black and white TV. π as expressed in base-12 is not an irrational number.
For instance, does it make sense to you that one of the most profound equations that you have, being that of the circle - called pi [π] - is an irrational number?
Does that make sense for one of the most profound formulas of the Universe?
Pi as expressed in base-12 is not an irrational number.
As for irrational numbers, none of them has a finite representation in any of the rational-based positional number systems (such as the decimal and duodecimal ones); this is because a rational-based positional number system is essentially nothing but a way of expressing quantities as a sum of fractions whose denominators are powers of the base, and by definition no finite sum of rational numbers can ever result in an irrational number.
Originally posted by itisibrian
pi in decimal = 3.14159265358979323...
pi in duodecimal = 3.184809493B9186645...
pi is irrational in any base system.
Originally posted by itisibrian
Im kinda disappointed. I really like kryon channellings. They are really good. I am thinking about sending Lee Carroll an email about this.
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
Maybe, instead of changing the irrational number pi into a base 12 number....someone should start at the beginning and figure out the real number for pi in base 12
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
Note, that Kryon doesn't tell that PI should be rational. He tells that PI is not irrational in base-12 system. What if there is a third type of number that we don't know yet, and that is not rational AND not irrational?
Nonsense?
We have told you for many, many years that the elegant science of physics should be base-12. It is an interdimensional math that includes a zero that doesn’t mean nothing or infinity. A zero in universal base-12 math means the potentials of all the answers probable. It’s not an empirical math as in 3D, yet this math will bring you some realizations when you begin to use it. For instance, does it make sense to you that one of the most profound equations that you have, being that of the circle - called pi [π] - is an irrational number? [An irrational number in math is one having an infinite and nonrecurring expansion when expressed as a decimal.] It goes forever! Does that make sense for one of the most profound formulas of the Universe? We happen to know that on one of your spacecrafts to communicate with anybody who might find it, you put that number pi right on the plaque on the spacecraft. It’s like a communication in math, in case any intelligent life-force should find it, they would then say, "Oh, Humans have pi! Therefore, they must be intelligent." Let me tell you what an intelligent society will know when they see that. They will look at it and say, "These creatures are flying in space, and they don’t even have base-12! Look what they think pi is! They must still be in base-10." It’s like finding an advanced society with black and white TV. π as expressed in base-12 is not an irrational number.
PI in base-12 Here I introduce some interesting facts about PI in base-12 when arranged in triangular form.
originally posted by: YoYosarefun
PI in base-12 Here I introduce some interesting facts about PI in base-12 when arranged in triangular form.
Interesting stuff but I'm concerned at how you found PI in a base-12 math system. I don't think you could just convert PI from base-10 to base-12. If you actually did the hand work to figure out PI in base-12 then bravo, for the post! I would think higher based math is something a converter can't give us a correct answer on.
The ultimate question is if using this formula:
wouldn't PI in base-12 still be the same as it is in base-10 when referring to circles with a circumference of 9 or less?