posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 11:15 PM
reply to post by mblahnikluver
i remember number sequences in the same way! generally i use the first few digits and simple math to turn something like a phone number into a series
of mathematical operations so it's easier to remember, though everyone tells me it's more complicated my way, lol.
i have a slight math deficit actually, but i've found i can do math without using the numbers. i'll intuitively know something to be true, but it
takes me forever to formally prove it using numbers. higher dimensions are much simpler than people think, and several theories i've come up with over
my life have been proven true.
if you want me to explain how all the dimensions fit together to create what we perceive as time, i'd be happy to show you. even if you can't picture
higher dimensions as they are, i could show you how they work and relate to our dimension and the universe's expansion rate. i've been trying to find
someone who is gifted with math to describe my theory in the form of an equation that could be used to construct a theory of everything.
the boy appears to have numerical to pictorial synesthesia. he experiences numbers as shapes, and as he combines shapes in his head, they are
converted into numerical answers. i too have synesthesia, though the kind i have is referred to as sound>kinetic. basically i percieve musical notes
and phrases to have locations, and when i listen to a properly structured song, i feel movement. single perfect note phrases feel like exact, solid
points, where chords are spread out and larger, but thinner.
edit on 13-12-2012 by Bob Sholtz because: (no reason given)