Originally posted by charlyv
Originally posted by MESSAGEFROMTHESTARS
reply to post by charlyv
This method can be found in any subject that deals with the internal operations of a CPU. There are thousands of examples. I am an embedded engineer,
so it is part of my work, and believe me it gets much more complex than this. This is basic. I am intigued with your reference to base 12. Why
would this be so important? Basically, everything reduces to base 2 for manageability, so I would love to know the reference that base 12 would be an
efficient base to operate in for such complex operations. I will research it a bit and let you know what I find.
As to how it would all work... I can only go so far as to theorizing, so I will try to not do so... for it will only further express my ignorance on
the topic. Having said that... this is why Base12.
The case for the duodecimal system was put forth at length in F. Emerson Andrews' 1935 book New Numbers: How Acceptance of a Duodecimal Base Would
Simplify Mathematics. Emerson noted that, due to the prevalence of factors of twelve in many traditional units of weight and measure, many of the
computational advantages claimed for the metric system could be realized either by the adoption of ten-based weights and measure or by the adoption of
the duodecimal number system.
But the final quantitative advantage, in my own experience, is this: in varied and extensive calculations of an ordinary and not unduly
complicated kind, carried out over many years, I come to the conclusion that the efficiency of the decimal system might be rated at about 65 or less,
if we assign 100 to the duodecimal. —A. C. Aitken, The Case Against Decimalisation (Edinburgh / London: Oliver & Boyd, 1962)
The duodecimal tables are easy to master, easier than the decimal ones; and in elementary teaching they would be so much more interesting, since
young children would find more fascinating things to do with twelve rods or blocks than with ten. Anyone having these tables at command will do these
calculations more than one-and-a-half times as fast in the duodecimal scale as in the decimal. This is my experience; I am certain that even more so
it would be the experience of others. —A. C. Aitken, in The Listener, January 25, 1962
In Lee Carroll's Kryon: Alchemy of the Human Spirit, a chapter is dedicated to the advantages of the duodecimal system. The duodecimal system is
supposedly suggested by Kryon (one of the widely popular New Age channeled entities) for all-round use, aiming at better and more natural
representation of nature of the Universe through mathematics. An individual article "Mathematica" by James D. Watt (included in the above
publication) exposes a few of the unusual symmetry connections between the duodecimal system and the golden ratio, as well as provides numerous number
symmetry-based arguments for the universal nature of the base-12 number system.
Those are only rough overviews, further research on your part is obviously needed to bring forth any true revelations as to the validity of my
claim(that Base12 is the best)
Another thing to consider, is the lattice structure of quantum computing, or even the very representation and lay out of the matrices.
This is then where the idea of the mathematics of geometry come in.
If a set of data, can be input into a algorithm that aims to set any 'set of data' at an equilibrium. Then when two sets come together, whatever
results as to finding a equilibrium for both sets in relation with one another, will be the correct answer. I know that's a terrible way of
explaining it, but... that's what you get LOL!
Now why 12 and what is the shape or form it will take...
rooted in fractals, expresses an extreme parallel with the e8 model
In geometry, a cuboctahedron is a polyhedron with eight triangular faces and six square faces. A cuboctahedron has 12 identical vertices, with two
triangles and two squares meeting at each, and 24 identical edges, each separating a triangle from a square. As such it is a quasiregular polyhedron,
i.e. an Archimedean solid, being vertex-transitive and edge-transitive.
I'm not going to sit here and pretend to having the ability of figuring this all out. But I swear... there is a connection here, and can be rooted in
For a COMPLETE description as to the importance of the cuboctahedron and it relationship with the universe... check this out.
I'm either on to something, or on something... and I've been sober for a long time now. LOL!
what are your thoughts?