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Originally posted by GoneGrey
Here's my take on what this code might be suggesting:
If your calculate 1^1, 2^2 ,3^3, and so on... you get 1, 4, 27, 256...
This is a sequential progression, and that exact term is used in the text of the Rig Veda Code page. I get a lot of hits when I Google the search terms of sequential progression + Rig Veda.
Nothing has led to two, four-word possibilities but perhaps someone else might hit upon something that I'm missing.
Originally posted by queenannie38
i *think* kali yuga is the NEXT one
Originally posted by roswell1
Is it a bad thing that I can now answer all the questions up to 38 without looking at the answers on BTS? (i can even spell dimethyltryptamine )
Sidharth also points out that 1^1 x 2^2 x 3^3 x 4^4 x 5^5 = 86,400,000. Now in 1 day you have 86,400 seconds or 43,200 seconds in half a day (the Kalpa is 4,320,000,000).
55 The number that most Americans know best from its use as a speed limit also happens to be a Fibonacci number and the sum of the numbers 1 through 10 (which makes it the 10th triangular number). There are no larger numbers that are both a Fibonacci and triangular. 55 is also 5×5+4×4+3×3+2×2+1×1. Such numbers are called pyramidal numbers, because you can stack the squares on top of each other and make a pyramid. If you change the + and × in that formula to × and exponents, you get 86400000.
108 This is 33×22×11, or 27×4. Numbers of this form are sometimes called hyperfactorials. The hyperfactorials are: 1, 4, 108, 27648, 86400000, 4031078400000, ... . See also this entry, and the lower and higher superfactorials.