03-31-2018, 02:11 AM

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great article EA, thanks.

A characteristic of square roots is very interesting.

use

360

360 x 360 = 129600 ------------ sqrt = 360

360 x 3600 = 1296000 ---------- sqrt = 1138.419958

360 x 36000 = 12960000 -------- sqrt = 3600

360 x 360000 = 129600000 ----- sqrt = 11384.19958

360 x 3600000 = 1296000000 -- sqrt = 36000

square roots actually made it easier to follow "harmonic code" to a "convergence dynanic"

ie

When searching for fractions for pi,

and square root two, three, five,

and phi and so on and so forth ...

The goal was to use whole numbers to accomodate an ancient methodology.

Once you had nine and ten decimal -- whole numbered --fractions,

that were usable for Pi and the rest,

you could conduct active and robust civilization building.

And pyramids began to be built with intent of geometries.

Square root two was thrust upon ancient man to decipher,

because his pyramid base length,

from any base corner point,

to the square base -- center point -- is always:

-- half the base length -- times square root two.

Pi was absolutely necessary to decipher for ancient man as well.

but the earlier point was that:

the square roots,

always opened up a much wider door of number string harmonics,

to ferret out an exclusive -- harmonic code -- and convergence dynamic result.

square root two -- divided by -- pi --

equals --

0.450 158 158 ~ ---> two sets of identical 3 digit sequences <--- 158 158

so multiply by 999 automatically,

equals

449.7079999

simplify

449708 -- divided by -- 999000 = sqrt 2 / Pi

so

449708 x Pi -- divided by -- 999000 = sqrt 2 ---- 10 decimal accuracy

piece of cake with a 21st century hand calculator

Ancient man labored for centuries to develop math progressions to isolate Pi.

Piece of cake with a hand calculator

--- using -- double squares -- or double sqaure roots --

So -- square Pi --- twice -- what do you see?

97.4 09 09 103 ~ ---> Note that the two 09's -- not much difference than the -- 103~

thus

convergence dymanics MAY apply

whenever you see -- sequences -- 09 09 or 03 03 or 01 01

those are:

elevenths <---> multiply by 11

97.4 09 09 103 ~ x 11 = 1071.5 00001 ---> round to 10715 -- then simplify to a fraction <---

10715 -- divided by -- 110 = 97.409 09 09 09 09 09 ~~~

fraction reduces to:

2143 / 22 <----

now

take the ---> double square root <---> of 2143 / 22

equals

10 decimal Pi <-----

phi squared

2.618033989 --- square it -- 3 times -- equals --- 2206.999 549

so

the -- triple square root of -- 2207 = 2.61803416 ----0.99999995 accuracy

Those are simplistic examples.

From there you can streamline convergence vectoring,

and radically employ square roots in outrageous concoctions,

to increase convergence accuracies dramatically,

in defining angle tangents and so on.

So the Pi Challenge

is to create a triangle,

that produces Pi to a better decimal convergence,

than the triangle --- bottom of the page---> specifically -- on the bottom right <---

It has the square root -- of the Fine Structure Constant

old image posted here awhile ago:

Pay no attention to the 100% accuracy "tricky triangle" ... it has a trick knee

great article EA, thanks.

Quote:From these starting points,

Neiman's paper takes an additional step,

constructing a mathematical dictionary,

that ties together the languages of holography and twistor theory.

"The underlying math that makes this story tick is all about square roots,"

writes Neiman.

"It's about identifying subtle ways in which a geometric operation,

such as a rotation or reflection, can be done 'halfway.'

A clever square root,

is like finding a crack in a solid wall, opening it in two, and revealing a new world."

note:

{angle V -- in my tetrahedral geometries}

A characteristic of square roots is very interesting.

use

360

360 x 360 = 129600 ------------ sqrt = 360

360 x 3600 = 1296000 ---------- sqrt = 1138.419958

360 x 36000 = 12960000 -------- sqrt = 3600

360 x 360000 = 129600000 ----- sqrt = 11384.19958

360 x 3600000 = 1296000000 -- sqrt = 36000

square roots actually made it easier to follow "harmonic code" to a "convergence dynanic"

ie

When searching for fractions for pi,

and square root two, three, five,

and phi and so on and so forth ...

The goal was to use whole numbers to accomodate an ancient methodology.

Once you had nine and ten decimal -- whole numbered --fractions,

that were usable for Pi and the rest,

you could conduct active and robust civilization building.

And pyramids began to be built with intent of geometries.

Square root two was thrust upon ancient man to decipher,

because his pyramid base length,

from any base corner point,

to the square base -- center point -- is always:

-- half the base length -- times square root two.

Pi was absolutely necessary to decipher for ancient man as well.

but the earlier point was that:

the square roots,

always opened up a much wider door of number string harmonics,

to ferret out an exclusive -- harmonic code -- and convergence dynamic result.

square root two -- divided by -- pi --

equals --

0.450 158 158 ~ ---> two sets of identical 3 digit sequences <--- 158 158

so multiply by 999 automatically,

equals

449.7079999

simplify

449708 -- divided by -- 999000 = sqrt 2 / Pi

so

449708 x Pi -- divided by -- 999000 = sqrt 2 ---- 10 decimal accuracy

piece of cake with a 21st century hand calculator

Ancient man labored for centuries to develop math progressions to isolate Pi.

Piece of cake with a hand calculator

--- using -- double squares -- or double sqaure roots --

So -- square Pi --- twice -- what do you see?

97.4 09 09 103 ~ ---> Note that the two 09's -- not much difference than the -- 103~

thus

convergence dymanics MAY apply

whenever you see -- sequences -- 09 09 or 03 03 or 01 01

those are:

elevenths <---> multiply by 11

97.4 09 09 103 ~ x 11 = 1071.5 00001 ---> round to 10715 -- then simplify to a fraction <---

10715 -- divided by -- 110 = 97.409 09 09 09 09 09 ~~~

fraction reduces to:

2143 / 22 <----

now

take the ---> double square root <---> of 2143 / 22

equals

10 decimal Pi <-----

phi squared

2.618033989 --- square it -- 3 times -- equals --- 2206.999 549

so

the -- triple square root of -- 2207 = 2.61803416 ----0.99999995 accuracy

Those are simplistic examples.

From there you can streamline convergence vectoring,

and radically employ square roots in outrageous concoctions,

to increase convergence accuracies dramatically,

in defining angle tangents and so on.

So the Pi Challenge

is to create a triangle,

that produces Pi to a better decimal convergence,

than the triangle --- bottom of the page---> specifically -- on the bottom right <---

It has the square root -- of the Fine Structure Constant

old image posted here awhile ago:

Pay no attention to the 100% accuracy "tricky triangle" ... it has a trick knee