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Originally posted by godismath
Why is 1 is the only number which gives the same result when both added and multiplied?
Because it's both 0 and 1. Just like 10 and 11 are the same. It's a dual nature.
Originally posted by Evil Genius
Last time I checked 1 does not equal 2. If that's not what you meant, than I really don't know what you are talking about, which pretty much sums up your ideas in this entire thread. I think I'm done with this. G'day!
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
Me, Springer, and Rabbit are travelling, and have to stop at a motel. We get a suite that is only 30 bucks, and we each pony up a 10 spot to cover our share.
when we get upstairs, the bell hop tells us there was a mistake, and the room will only be 25 bucks. he returns 1 dollar to each of us, and keeps 2 for a "tip" ((1+1+1)+2)=5 bucks).
So...we each spent 9 bucks (as we each recieved 1 dollar back on our original 10 dollars spent):
9X3=27
And the bell hop kept 2 bucks:
27+2=29
But we originally gave up 30.
where did the other dollar go?
Originally posted by onlyhurtsu
The last digit of pi ends where the first digit began on the top of the circle. But the tenth digit is really 3, but was rounded to 4.
English Crop Circle's Mysterious Pattern Solved
Another crop circle has appeared in the English countryside — and this one's clearly been made by someone, or something, that understands math.
At first glance, the strange ratcheted pattern, radiating out clockwise, doesn't look like much — modern art, perhaps.
But an electrical engineer from North Carolina — described by the London newspapers as a "retired astrophysicist" — figured out that it was an abstract representation of pi, the number at the center of Euclidean geometry.
feel that 9/11 represents the connection between base 10 and base 12 math. So the Illuminati magic is using the power of symbols that are universal and cross dimensions. I can see why they would be so powerful then.