posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 08:46 PM
reply to post by yampa
Thanks for your reply. Yes, genuine interest over here... which is actually quite unexpected and unanticipated upon. The more reason I'm clinging my
teeth into it. And you're right, I have to try to manually plot the number triangle and build out from there. Numbers aren't really my thing though:
educated, and interested in human *experience* I would never have imagined myself quantifying perception, and even the building blocks of life itself,
into numbers and/or code. But as an (almost graduated) researcher, It feels mandatory for me to at least contemplate the idea.
Your idea of intermediate animation frames and other divisors for factorial numbers... well, I have to do little research into both. It's Babylonian
for me, this very moment. But is 3:35 am here right now (should be asleep), so I'll catch later on that one.
Some notes/crosslinked patterns (short, will elaborate later on: as said, bedtime and my English isn't that great this time of 'day', excuses for
that, english isn't my mother tongue)
1. About at the same time I read this thread I also stumbled upon Prof. Gates error-correction codes within super-string equations. And even though I
don't know anything about that either I couldn't help but link the two ideas together. For example: homeostasis of the human body ->
[self]error-correction-code of the visual representation of a row (the link you made to Anubis and the number fourteen is terribly interesting too,
2. the heartbeat of life (found in a HH's thread):
3. and yes, you can see anything in anything with some imagination. My first critique on the graphich representation/rows of the triangle and the
error-correction code would've been that the code could only be recognized by already knowing the code, and in that way the code would be proven into
existence. The parrallels you draw however (anubis, aliens, skulls) etc. forego the latest technological hype and the ability/possibility of
programming simulated virtualities for example.
4. concerned I might be schizophrenic...
I'll be back.