reply to post by salty-red
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That was a great post of yours considering it was based on the scary logical coincidence that immediately followed the 0 6 0 9 California Daily 4
result. 12.21.12 pointed out the sequence of events: He tries to "wrapped his head around" what we are doing, and we are trying to wrap our head
around what Pi is doing. If Pi is trying to wrap his head around something, then he better hurry, coz I'm going to take his head off heeding the
comparison
6 is to ON as 9 is to OFF. He will surely understand why when he grows his spare head back.
The power of suggestion can be destructive even though the suggestion regarding the tsunami event of 2004 was pretty logical. My suggestion was a
possibility, but not a certainty. And so looking at Friday Dow, it would be a mistake to launch a barrage of lengthy number crunching to arrive at all
cost to some number that would vaguely represent the event. The next day after the tsunami hit, the media informed the world about it with big
headlines and it was top news. That means Pi's reference to the event should be commensurate: the number association must be pretty apparent; it
cannot be hidden behind a lot of number crunching, as much as the description of the tsunami event wasn't hidden somewhere in the back pages of The
New York Times that day.
In this view, what do the Friday Dow numbers refer to? Do these numbers have an obvious association with some other event, or are they just some
obscure assembly?
There is a way to "estimate" the nature of any of the Dow three numbers by using the opposites SPECIAL and ORDINARY. With no strings attached, you
can check the numbers if they feature some unusual coincidental arrangements. Here is an example:
2041412204134
But in this case, I set up the above string so it would touch upon the expectancy of the tsunami event, e.g. "strings attached."
As you check the string from left to right -- the natural direction -- it takes a few seconds to see the associative parts
(20)414122(04)134
that refer to the year 2004 when the huge tsunami hit Indonesia.
Now imagine that there is a person who predicted that the string of numbers would refer to the tsunami event. Obviously, this person would like to see
his/her prediction coming true, depending on the psychology. This person may not be impartial toward the outcome and may refuse to consider other
options at the expense of him/her not being right. And so, there is a good chance that this person may refuse to acknowledge what appears between (20)
and (04):
(20)
414122(04)134
The estimated number of people killed by the tsunami goes as high as 250,000 but couldn't be possibly 414,122 dead. The tsunami of 2004 was noted so
much due to the a very high number of killed that the estimated number is the priority complement to the time when it happened. If the string was
intentionally manipulated to include the year, then in order to support the interpretation of (20) and (04), the number in between would refer to the
estimated number of victims.
It could happen that when this inconsistency is pointed out, the wannabe Nostradamus simply turns the number 414,122 backward to read 221,414 and
declares this more realistic number the final number of people who were killed by the huge tidal waves without bothering to justify his/her decision
to read 414,122 backward. But it's in our nature to manipulate things to our advantage. (See the origin of the financial derivatives followed by $700
billion bailout.)
So if the 2041412204134 numerical string doesn't refer to the tsunami of 2004, and the (20) and (04) highlights is likely to be a coincidence, does
it mean that the string is a random collection of digits?
It may not be so. Mathematicians very often analyze scattered numerical data by organizing them according to the ascending order. So let's organize
the digits of the string the same way:
0011122234444
We see that the lowest digit is 0 and the highest is 4. Now which digit out of 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 is special?
I think it is 4, coz this digit appears 4 times. The other digits do not have this special property where
'a' appears 'a' times.
We could detect this SPECIAL vs. ORDINARY feature in the string, but what does it mean?
I don't know. This string is detached from the circumstances. We should bring in another string of digits with a similar property that we suspect
could be tied to a circumstance:
First, we need to convert the three numbers into a string of digits.
8515.55, 47.07, 0.56 => 8515554707056
Now we organize the digits of the string according to the raising order:
0014555556778
We see that the most frequent digit is 5
0014(55555)6778
which happens to appear 5 times! No other digit has this property. Not only that, the sub-string of 5's reside in the middle of the whole organized
string.
It stands to reason that whoever constructed the initial string wants us to concentrate on number 5 and on the reason why 5 is the special digit:
the digit 5 appears 5 times. So let's express this observation by using arithmetic symbols only:
["digit 5 appears 5 times"] => [5 = 5x]
The symbolic expression
5 = 5x makes sense, but it is not used as an arithmetic expression. We need to rearrange the terms, so the expression
would become arithmetically functional:
[5 = 5x] => [5 x 5 =]
All we have to do now is to complete the suggested multiplication:
5 x 5 = 25
Whoever constructed the initial string goes by the code 25. Since we have our suspicion, we can tentatively decode number 25:
5 x 5 = 25 = 16 + 9
An outsider would be bewildered by the new numbers 16 and 9. But you can "read" both numbers with no problem, right? It was your idea to use the
alphabetic order and set
16 = P and
9 = I. (Look who's here . . .)
Not so fast, though. Didn't we manipulate indiscriminately the result of
5 x 5 = ? to our advantage?
Pi knows this weakness and will take steps to avoid the possible coincidence. He will use another, nearly identical expression composed of two fives
in addition to the first one:
1) 5 x 5 = 25 = P + I
2) 5 + 5 = ?
The result of (2) is trivial, but in respect to decoding the sum/code 10, let's rewrite (2) this way:
5 + 5 = ????? + ?????
In order to decode the sum of 5 + 5, you need to substitute the question marks with letters. That's not that difficult, because Pi disguised himself
before doing something bad in California:
5 + 5 = SANTA + CLAUS
Well, Salty, you need to make your own conclusion about the Friday Dow numbers. It makes sense that Pi would try to make sure that we assume that he
was really involved in the multiple homicide; that he messed up the guy who did the shooting the same way he messed up all the individuals involved in
911. But he doesn't really insist on it. He pretty much understands when we say
I don't wanna know about sh-t like that. That's why he
always instructs SETI to say that no aliens exist around this planet.
You surely had the guts to check on him as 3.14 (pm), but this time he was doing the market manipulating under 169 (and that could mean the 169th
minute of trading). I try to look again at what you found under 3.14 pm -- the opposites 85 (together) and 8.5 (apart). I looked at the whole day
chart under the guide of SPECIAL/ORDINARY and found out that he might have mentioned the tsunami event. I will post it so you can take a look at it. I
also try to explain why that California massacre took place -- it's all 911 related.