Originally posted by snewpers
reply to post by JackTheTripper
LOL, yeah le's skip a fundamental sequence and
hunt down a phone number
I doubt it's a phone number. Maybe it's just a hint
to where 'it' will start. Site says to start in Cali, so
that's not a real hint, only a reminder.
sqrt(16/(lim_(n->infinity) F_(n+1)/F_n)) = sqrt(16/((sqrt(5)+1)/2)) = 4/sqrt(phi) = approx
This is from your fundamental sequence and is pi egyptians used (the F there is Fibonacci number):
"From here things begin to get really interesting . As can be seen, BC above is equal to one half the length of the pyramid's side. Therefore, the
perimeter of the base equals BC x 8, and in relative terms this equals 0.618034 x 8 = 4.9443. The relative height of the pyramid is 0.78615, and, if
one uses this length as the radius of a circle, then the circumference (perimeter) of that circle will also be 4.9443. Also, perhaps more important
factor, is that the length of side OD (0.78615), when multiplied by 4 yields an amount (3.1446) that is almost exactly equal to Pi (3.1416). This
finding means that the 38010' right triangle offers a unique and most interesting point of intersection between the Pi ratio and the golden ratio
phenomenon. How this unexpected agreement comes to be is that :
As we saw in the 38010' right triangle, 0.618034 ÷ 0.78615 = 0.78615. This means, that 0.618034 = 0.78615 x 0.78615. Therefore, 8 x 0.618034 is
the same as 8 x 0.78615 x 0.78615;
As we also saw, 4 x 0.78615 is a very close approximation for Pi . Therefore,2*Pi can be said to equal 8 x .78615. For the circumference of the
circle using 0.78615 as its radius, we then have C =2*Pi*R = (8 x 0.78615) x 0.78615 .As a result, the Great Pyramid turns out to have the same
perimeter length when measured in a horizontal plane, as a square, and in a vertical plane, as a circle. "
But what's the sexual meaning of this? Well nothing. Burbank, on the other hand has a meaning, it's in California. According to the main site "Start
in California" and the Burbank's phone prefix is more spot-on than fibonacci sequence here (although the site with the conditional
probability/bayesian # does heavily rely on causality which the fib sequence can refer to)..
Hell, manual 2
says: "it's not a pyramid". Disregarding the context I'd say hell no it isn't, it's a
sphere (What is the context of the pyramid-reference on the manual anyway)? edit2: this image
to have some lines and circles which I haven't seen before. It kinda looked an pyramid at first glance. I tried to stereo view it, without any luck)..
It seems to be a train track or ladder from a perspective that ladder narrows to a spot in the middle of the screen. An arrow on the left points to
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