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Why don't you enlighten us,but I bet you cannot.
Originally posted by nineix
reply to post by diamondsmith
You obviously didn't understand what I meant by taking into account the basic Zoaraster, which further proves that your calculations are wrong.
Sure...just words from you....
Originally posted by nineix
reply to post by diamondsmith
No, the calulations of Alexander are entirely relevant when aligned with the supernova event. It's even supported by the Celtic Henge alignments.
The mean time between two successive vernal equinoxes is called a tropical year–also known as a solar year–and is about 365.2422 days long.
Using a calendar with 365 days every year would result in a loss of 0.2422 days, or almost six hours per year. After 100 years, this calendar would be more than 24 days ahead of the season (tropical year), which is not desirable or accurate. It is desirable to align the calendar with the seasons and to make any difference as insignificant as possible.
By adding a leap year approximately every fourth year, the difference between the calendar and the seasons can be reduced significantly, and the calendar will align with the seasons much more accurately.
Yes sure I saw your non existing calculations!!
I already have enlightened you
Some exceptions to this rule are required since the duration of a solar year is slightly less than 365.25 days. Years that are evenly divisible by 100 are not leap years, unless they are also evenly divisible by 400, in which case they are leap years.[2][3] For example, 1600 and 2000 were leap years, but 1700, 1800 and 1900 were not. Similarly, 2100, 2200, 2300, 2500, 2600, 2700, 2900 and 3000 will not be leap years, but 2400 and 2800 will be. Therefore, in a duration of two millennia, there will be 485 leap years. By this rule, the average number of days per year will be 365 + 1/4 − 1/100 + 1/400 = 365.2425, which is 365 days, 5 hours, 49 minutes, and 12 seconds. The Gregorian calendar was designed to keep the vernal equinox on or close to March 21, so that the date of Easter (celebrated on the Sunday after the 14th day of the Moon—i.e. a full moon—that falls on or after March 21) remains correct with respect to the vernal equinox.[4] The vernal equinox year is about 365.242374 days long (and increasing).
Originally posted by diamondsmith
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A "Harmonic Tree" is a series of intervals that branch off from one another relative to the harmonic series. It is a structure based on simplicity, requiring only multiplication and division.
A "Harmonic Tree" is created through the process of repeatedly choosing a harmonic interval while feeding back the previous value. Each new interval can be chosen either explicitly, at random or using any other process.
The "destination" refers to the harmonic to which the new frequency is relative. The "relative" is the relative harmonic to which the new destination harmonic is relative. Combined, they create the interval destination/relative. For each branch created, the previous destination harmonic becomes a new relative harmonic. See figure 1.
r = relative harmonic
d = destination harmonic
r1:d1

r2:d2

r3:d3

r4:d4

...

rn:dn
Figure 1  Harmonic Tree Diagram
1:2

2:3

3:4

4:5

5:6

6:7

7:8
Figure 2  Harmonic Tree of the Harmonic Series up to the 8th Harmonic
Mathematically, each new value is derived by multiplying the previous value with an integer 1 or greater (destination) divided by an integer 1 or greater (relative).
x = value
d = destination harmonic
r = relative harmonic
f(xn+1) = f(xn) * d / r
Figure 3  Basic Harmonic Tree Equation
If you wanted to use the "Harmonic Tree" for getting pitches, assign x a starting value. In this next example, x is assigned 100. The relative and destination harmonics are assigned random harmonic integers between 1 and 5.
f(xn+1) = f(xn) * int(rand(5) + 1) / int(rand(5) + 1)
1:5

3:2

4:2

3:4

1:3
f1 = 100
f2 = 100 * 5 / 1 = 500
f3 = 500 * 2 / 3 = 333.333
f4 = 333.333 * 2 / 4 = 166.666
f5 = 166.666 * 4 / 3 = 222.222
f6 = 222.222 * 3 / 1 = 666.6"source(csounds.com...
Now I'm no mathematician, and I can't, and probably even wouldn't, explain it in plain and simple words, but this is... right. And I venture to say, with my limited vision, that we are indeed on a (time?)schedule that needs to be fulfilled in a very precise manner, for the wanted results. Harmonic Tree, for example. You pick fruit, when it's ripe.
Good post, Diamond, thanks.
Of course ignorant claim,thank you, you are a very intelligent person because you proof otherwise.
This ignorant claim
I am glad that you understand,as you see is a fight,and the first law here is DENY IGNORANCE,and you just did that,thank you.
You pick fruit, when it's ripe.
Originally posted by NeoVain
Lol you guys still at it 6 pages later? This ignorant claim was debunked back on page 1 by me with MATH. seems you guys must have missed that post. Had to unflag this thread cause this is getting ridiculous =)
The answer was we are off 15 days, nothing more. However, adding this info from wikipedia it seems to be sorted, we are in fact not off at all.
Some exceptions to this rule are required since the duration of a solar year is slightly less than 365.25 days. Years that are evenly divisible by 100 are not leap years, unless they are also evenly divisible by 400, in which case they are leap years.[2][3] For example, 1600 and 2000 were leap years, but 1700, 1800 and 1900 were not. Similarly, 2100, 2200, 2300, 2500, 2600, 2700, 2900 and 3000 will not be leap years, but 2400 and 2800 will be. Therefore, in a duration of two millennia, there will be 485 leap years. By this rule, the average number of days per year will be 365 + 1/4 − 1/100 + 1/400 = 365.2425, which is 365 days, 5 hours, 49 minutes, and 12 seconds. The Gregorian calendar was designed to keep the vernal equinox on or close to March 21, so that the date of Easter (celebrated on the Sunday after the 14th day of the Moon—i.e. a full moon—that falls on or after March 21) remains correct with respect to the vernal equinox.[4] The vernal equinox year is about 365.242374 days long (and increasing).
The Gregorian calendar was designed to keep the vernal equinox on or close to March 21, so that the date of Easter
Give a little love and you will know.
In comparrison to what we think we know, we should know what we really Know!
This!
Originally posted by ColAngus
reply to post by NeoVain
But what about the passage of the Bible that mentions contraction in the NBA and the film Leatherheads?
Surely, you can't explain that away with mere Wikipedia witchcraft.