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Originally posted by MidnightBlue2565
I love how absolutely ignorant some people are, they truly lack the depth needed to understand a discovery like this...I will pray for their souls because they surely will not survive in the new world...
Absolutely brilliant my brother, I can see you know very much about the inner workings that are tied into mathematics...it pleases my soul to see that someone is utilizing and harnessing the fantastic new consciousness that surrounds us and bringing it into manifestation through knowlede...bravo!
And thank you for that enlightening feeling of newfound curiosity!!
Originally posted by paperface
Just about to log out and see at this present moment this thread has 17 flags!
Originally posted by bladerunner44
reply to post by Destiny777
What a dork!!!, I took the square root of pie (cherry) and multiplied by infinity (8) and it gave me the formula for absolute stupidity interestingly it sums to 777
Originally posted by RSF77
Originally posted by Destiny777
17.7777777(infinity)
...
Do you notice the reversal. Initial code: begins with ONE and pushes 7 into infinity. Second code begins with Seven and pushes 2 into infinity...(there is absolutely NO coincidence with that, however, some people might try to say otherwise.) When it comes to mathematics...there ARE NO coincidences. And if this is the case, then truly, there are NO coincidences in LIFE, because mathematics DEFINES it.
Where I'm from we call that number 17, not 1. Everything in front of the decimal is an integer, it's quite different on the other side of it.
Does that change this whole "algorithm"? Yes/No, you tell me I don't understand what your talking about.edit on 22-12-2011 by RSF77 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by vogon42
reply to post by Destiny777
you could have just said "no, I don't understand base conversions"
(it's ok, not everyone has that in-depth knowledge of math......anyway I'm trying to talk numbers here, so please leave your bible out of it)
Originally posted by 1010011010
Originally posted by vogon42
reply to post by Destiny777
you could have just said "no, I don't understand base conversions"
(it's ok, not everyone has that in-depth knowledge of math......anyway I'm trying to talk numbers here, so please leave your bible out of it)
It seems to me that you don't understand base conversions since you're subtracting a binary number from a decimal. But maybe that's just my opinion.
Originally posted by Ratman
How do you calculate ann infinite number? Have you got a really big calculator that errr..... shows infinite numbers? Or do you mean its a re-occuring number?
Btw - how do I give minus flags?
Originally posted by vogon42
Originally posted by 1010011010
Originally posted by vogon42
reply to post by Destiny777
you could have just said "no, I don't understand base conversions"
(it's ok, not everyone has that in-depth knowledge of math......anyway I'm trying to talk numbers here, so please leave your bible out of it)
It seems to me that you don't understand base conversions since you're subtracting a binary number from a decimal. But maybe that's just my opinion.
I understand the conversions, and have written programs in other number bases (realize if you want efficient calculations its important to do so.....card games are commonly written in base 13 or base 52)
The reason I converted to binary then subtracted from decimal was just to prove the point that you ban basically pull any number out of your butt and give it some sort of reason.
Turning dudes name into 666 was just an example. (or a profound religious discovery....)
Originally posted by tallcool1
reply to post by unworldly
Someone took some random numbers, divided them, threw in their jersey number and timewave zero stuff, called it love or the formula for everything or something and demanded that we pass it along since it is so important.
Oh, and I don't think there's anything of significance about it - and I say this with no malice or hatred whatsoever - but since I don't believe it is anything, then I must be a hater.
Originally posted by vogon42
Originally posted by 1010011010
Originally posted by vogon42
reply to post by Destiny777
you could have just said "no, I don't understand base conversions"
(it's ok, not everyone has that in-depth knowledge of math......anyway I'm trying to talk numbers here, so please leave your bible out of it)
It seems to me that you don't understand base conversions since you're subtracting a binary number from a decimal. But maybe that's just my opinion.
I understand the conversions, and have written programs in other number bases (realize if you want efficient calculations its important to do so.....card games are commonly written in base 13 or base 52)
The reason I converted to binary then subtracted from decimal was just to prove the point that you ban basically pull any number out of your butt and give it some sort of reason.
Turning dudes name into 666 was just an example. (or a profound religious discovery....)
Originally posted by bladerunner44
reply to post by Destiny777
What a dork!!!, I took the square root of pie (cherry) and multiplied by infinity (8) and it gave me the formula for absolute stupidity interestingly it sums to 777
Originally posted by zarp3333
I can find no rationale in the mathmatical "evidence" yet as I read the rant, it made perfect sense to me. I laughed out loud as I pictured myself in college calculus class watching a student simply repeating "17.7777777(infinity!!)" as the professor became angrier and angrier trying to show the student that the proof was invalid.
The angrier the professor became, the more students suddenly agreed with the "kook" and joined the chorus "17.7777777(Infinity)"
On a less humorous note, I think this is yet more proof of the as yet irrational awakening taking place.
I too have begun having impossible coincidences. It's happening folks!
17.7777777(Infinity) Unconditional Love Rules!
Originally posted by Wizrd
So, I've given the number a try and haven't gotten any results yet.
I posted it as my Facebook status over 4 hours ago and still no results.
I also messaged it in chatrooms, and other messageboards. Texted friends and family, and recounted it in verbal form to a few individuals...still no results.
Im a believer in topics of this type, but I haven't received any situational coincidences yet.
Maybe this number has been personalised for your own mindset?
That being said, I think any repeating number in itself is proof of something.
An endlessly reaching number that stretches to infinity...How is my brain not exploding when I try to comprehend this?
I found the whole dividing any number not divisible by 3, into 3 it will given you a repeating numerator.
3 is definately a weird number! =Pedit on 22-12-2011 by Wizrd because: Grammatical Errors!
Originally posted by charlyv
Its not the numbers, they are just representative symbols. It is the ratio and proportional result that is the only valuable information. In our humble, simple number systems, there are results that cannot be displayed, period.
In universal reality, any quantity (note, did not say number) can be divided by any other quantity with equal distribution, so there is nothing left over. We just cannot express that with numeric symbols.
Much like, what is a peach divided by an orange? What is red divided by yellow? There could only be an answer if we used fruits or colors as we do numbers.
Originally posted by reaganero
Originally posted by Destiny777
reply to post by unworldly
Oh, I'm not sure that this is spoken in jibberish, especially since many others have gotten it the first time around.
Secondly, mentioning Tool has far more significance than you might think. Its okay if you choose to insult me or find fault. However, Danny Carrey and Adam Jones mathematically create their rhythms through specific planning and thought. The timing is unusual and follows spiral patterning as opposed to a linear motion as provided by most 4/4 timing sequences, regardless of tempo (tempos are specifically created for rhythmic movements which can be plotted algorithmically. For instance 3/4 timing, 6/8 rhythm tempo changes that can flip backwards and forwards from natural 4/4 placement. Although they deviate from standard 440 tuning, they are an in-between between E standard, and C drop. E standard is a much more grating sound than most stringed instruments which are tuned to C. Much of their tuning fluctuates in resonance with 528 hertz levels. Unless you're familiar with sound engineering, most of this will make no sense...ultimately, it doesn't matter. But, lets just say that there are many reasons why our favorite artists resonate with us, and its because of the mathematics, and the frequencies used which become pleasurable to us. Your brain interprets these signals as "sound." Its not merely, "just the artist," as they are a conduit to which these sounds and the mathematics flow.
Now, just because you don't like TOOL, doesn't mean that whatever you listen to is on a superior level, because that only relates to your subjective feelings on the issue. Would Mozart have been a better choice? If so, have you ever looked into the mathematics of HIS CREATION? Or, are you simply finding fault for the sake of argument?
Either way, I respect your opinion. MUCH LOVE 17.7777777(infinity)edit on 21-12-2011 by Destiny777 because: to add
I always thought Tool sounded forced and contrived.
Music should flow and come from your soul.
A song a person writes should feel like it wasnt written by the player.
Originally posted by vogon42
Originally posted by 1010011010
Originally posted by vogon42
reply to post by Destiny777
you could have just said "no, I don't understand base conversions"
(it's ok, not everyone has that in-depth knowledge of math......anyway I'm trying to talk numbers here, so please leave your bible out of it)
It seems to me that you don't understand base conversions since you're subtracting a binary number from a decimal. But maybe that's just my opinion.
I understand the conversions, and have written programs in other number bases (realize if you want efficient calculations its important to do so.....card games are commonly written in base 13 or base 52)
The reason I converted to binary then subtracted from decimal was just to prove the point that you ban basically pull any number out of your butt and give it some sort of reason.
Turning dudes name into 666 was just an example. (or a profound religious discovery....)
Originally posted by tallcool1
reply to post by unworldly
Someone took some random numbers, divided them, threw in their jersey number and timewave zero stuff, called it love or the formula for everything or something and demanded that we pass it along since it is so important.
Oh, and I don't think there's anything of significance about it - and I say this with no malice or hatred whatsoever - but since I don't believe it is anything, then I must be a hater.
Originally posted by SuperTripps
Originally posted by tallcool1
reply to post by unworldly
Someone took some random numbers, divided them, threw in their jersey number and timewave zero stuff, called it love or the formula for everything or something and demanded that we pass it along since it is so important.
Oh, and I don't think there's anything of significance about it - and I say this with no malice or hatred whatsoever - but since I don't believe it is anything, then I must be a hater.
agree..this person is making things up. whatever you focus on...you see more of and reinforced in the vibrational reality we live in. call it music or math or geometry..everything is vibration or frequency so certain patters will show up anyway as part of the matrix when studied in our primitive ways to explain it