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Originally posted by Adcra
The circle is divided in ten parts, so essentially it uses base-10 system. So, placing ANY random number in that circle and counting the white and filled spaces equals to 1.1111111...
Originally posted by nightmare_david
There's no reason for your attitude and calling people dense is really immature.
If you don't have anything useful to say, then don't post at all. You also shouldn't make accusations that you can't back up. Just because he sees something about the crop circle that you're not seeing, that doesn't mean he's the one who made the crop circle.
Originally posted by godismath
This has gotta be it.
9 goes into 3, 11 goes into 2 because now it takes the place of 10. Yet 11 and 9 are part of the same system. They both go into 1. Only together do they contain the pi ratio of 2/3.
Don't try to figure this out on a calculator, it won't work. Just look at these numbers:
1 2
3 4
5 6
7 8
9 11
A dual nature system part of a single greater whole.
Base 9/11 math. Coincidence or providence? This is strange new territory.
Originally posted by godismath
reply to post by spec_ops_wannabe
Interesting... one similarity I noticed between your base 12 and my base 9.9 math is that the pi ratio (2/3) fits into both. I think this may be the key. For that matter base 6 may work too.
Originally posted by Sovaka
reply to post by Evil Genius
So they start with Base 10 math in a graphical representation to show us pI. The main concept of the design we won't have trouble finding.
Now we can only use what we know to work with to find answers. -Duh-
Let’s use the pI ratios to give us some answers...
Large Crop Image
The main pI will give us 3.141592654
Now, using OUR BASE 10 math system... pI's inverse brother is 7.969518456
Ok, if I have lost you... this is how it is done...
We start with our number 10 and use it to minus the numbers of pI
10 - 3 = 7
10 - 1 = 9
10 - 4 = 6
etc
3.141592654
7.969518456
Or;
pI -pI
3 + 7 = 10
1 + 9 = 10
4 + 6 = 10
1 + 9 = 10
5 + 5 = 10
9 + 1 = 10
2 + 8 = 10
6 + 4 = 10
5 + 5 = 10
4 + 6 = 10
We get the picture? EXCELLENT!
Using 'godismath''s theory of duality in the numbering system as well, we get inverse pI.
Now we add those together... because we love our math...
What do we get?
That's right... 11.111111111
This breaks our numbering system
As the inverse to the positive should cancel each other out in our Base 10 system. pI's inverse SHOULD equal the whole of the circle... But it doesn't, why is that?
Maybe because we shouldn't have 0's in our numbering system?
As the inverse to the positive should cancel each other out in our Base 10 system. pI's inverse SHOULD equal the whole of the circle... But it doesn't, why is that?
If you want to contact the 'circlemakers' drop us a line... alternatively you could hang around wheat fields in Wiltshire during July.
Originally posted by Marked One
This may seem kinda unrelated. But when I first looked at the crop formation, for some odd reason I keep thinking of the Aztec calender (or the Mayan Calender--I get them mixed up sometimes). I remember seeing in the Alien vs Predator film where Sebastian mentions that the Aztec calender was "metric--based on multiples of 10."