reply to post by OutKast Searcher
OKS is right of course. One cannot use mathematics to define the infinite.
And of course one cannot bisect 1 or any other unit in such a way that they
become something else entirely. Thus all rational numbers between 0 and 1,
even if one 'create' infinite amounts of rational numbers, will all be a product
of 1 exclusively.
Naturally, 0 is infinite within, of and by itself, and can therefore never be
defined by mathematics, but must solely be explained in a spiritual sense.
Spiritually, 0 is related to the circle which also only can be defined in this
way.
To attempt initially to define the circle, a new Axiom must be used and which
simply states:
THE INTERSECTION OF TWO CURVES CAN NEVER CREATE A POINT.
ONLY WHEN TWO STRAIGHT LINES INTERSECT CAN A POINT OCCUR.
This again will prove that one cannot bisect the circle to determine the constant
by which the circle can be measured, but must use other ways to do this.
Knowing that the 'circle' is simply a product of vibrations, oscillations and
wavelengths etc., and not the other way around, the circle must be treated in
the same way as these various manifestations.
The true and correct pi is of course not irrational, but based upon a rational
number which is 22/7 or 3.14285714285714....... repeated ad infinitum.
This can now be proven beyond doubt to any free-spirited honest person
not zealously burdened down to any 'belief system' or 'dogma'!
All irrational numbers are man-made, and as such has no lasting benefit
to anyone.
Phi and all square roots are all products of natural numbers, and therefore
also those too, should be deemed rational numbers ......if any true justice
any longer exist in this world!
Cheers
edit on 19-3-2012 by djeminy because: (no reason given)