11-18-2017, 02:02 PM

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refer to the last post mathematics <---

Harmonic code which displays uniques convergence,

in this case,

with planetary timelines ... always has company.

You see in my last post what was done with ---> square root 1530 <---.

Interestingly,

the Jupiter sidereal and the Lunar Month will align to that square root as well.

Providing additional highly convergent mathematical evidence.

Just like in the original equation with --- ten Earth sidereal -- and square root 1530,

57388 cycles of Lunar Month 29.53059 days,

equals

sqrt 1530

times

10 cycles of Jupiter sidereal 4332.589054 <---> 4332.589 days -- NASA.

accuracy = 0.99999999 <---> Jupiter sidereal off by 4.6 seconds <---

Which means that cycle can be worked into the original equation.

It would force the square root to be --- sqrt 1530.000038 ...

Noting that a planetary timeline like Jupiter at 4332.589 days -- NASA,

must have a small factor error, ..a plus or minus of a few seconds ...

well beyond 4.6 seconds <---> over 4332 days

we can safely say that the cycle is a lock,

and the 4.6 second differential in this regard ---> is IRRELEVANT.

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refer to the last post mathematics <---

Harmonic code which displays uniques convergence,

in this case,

with planetary timelines ... always has company.

You see in my last post what was done with ---> square root 1530 <---.

Interestingly,

the Jupiter sidereal and the Lunar Month will align to that square root as well.

Providing additional highly convergent mathematical evidence.

Just like in the original equation with --- ten Earth sidereal -- and square root 1530,

57388 cycles of Lunar Month 29.53059 days,

equals

sqrt 1530

times

10 cycles of Jupiter sidereal 4332.589054 <---> 4332.589 days -- NASA.

accuracy = 0.99999999 <---> Jupiter sidereal off by 4.6 seconds <---

Which means that cycle can be worked into the original equation.

It would force the square root to be --- sqrt 1530.000038 ...

Noting that a planetary timeline like Jupiter at 4332.589 days -- NASA,

must have a small factor error, ..a plus or minus of a few seconds ...

well beyond 4.6 seconds <---> over 4332 days

we can safely say that the cycle is a lock,

and the 4.6 second differential in this regard ---> is IRRELEVANT.

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