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I am the only one on this planet that can break Pi's code.

 
 
Reply Thu 20 Nov, 2014 12:22 pm
.0471975511965977

.0215926535897932

.85410196625 (growth/5)

.9956946198397932

14.15926535897932


From right ~ left.

Many 32's on the end. 32 x 3 = |96|. 77 is |45| away from 32. 45 is |3| away from 42 and 48.

9's. 9 x 4 = |36|.

Many 97's after the 9's. 3 x 97 = |291*|. 97 is |32| away from 65.

58/83 mirroring next. 83 is |25| away from 58. There's a 25 at the end of (growth). 19 x 2 = 38; 38 is 83 mirrored. 83 is |45| away from 38.

53's. 53 x 2 = |106|. 51 + 19 = |70|. 106 - 70 = |36|.

26's and a 75. 26 x 2 = 52. 52 + 46 = |98|.

Numbers with 9's on the end. 59 x 2 = |118|. 19 + 69 = |88|.

41 & 21. 41 + 21 = 62. 62 + 47 = |109|. 95 + 109 = |204|. 62 - 20 = |42|.

Final numbers are 9 1.

.0471975511965977

.0215926535897932

.85410196625 (growth/5)

.9956946198397932

14.15926535897932

Let's look at these numbers with more knowledge of their patterns.

The number "291" is going to pave the way next to 9 & 1.

Let's start with the second sequence:

.0215926535897932 <-- I'm going to flip the numbers in a revolving sequence.

|20|5|12|9|56|53|9897|23

I see a 98 & 97.

I see a 23 & 53.

23 + 53 = |76|.

20 + 56 = |76|.

59 + 12 = |71|. 76 is |5| away from 81 & |5| away from 71.

76 + 76 + 71 = |223|.


Alright, notice that there is a 2 at one end and a 23 at the other.

Let's try: |9897012595536223|. 12 + 59 + 23 + 2 = |96|.

Now we have: |989796|55|36|. <----------

- Protein -

Protein's mathematical design is:

O (oxygen) - 16/30

H (hydrogen) - 1/4.032

N (nitrogen) - 7/14.007

C (carbon)- 6/12.001

Notice something? These numbers are mathematically separated - they were once combined. See the 30 at top? On the right side? Now, add 4, 14 and 12. What do you get? 30.

These numbers are mathematically perfect...

30 + 30 = 60. Add the decimals now. You get 40. 40 + 60 = 100.

Now. Add the numbers on the left. What do you get? 30.

Protein is based on the famous 1/3 ~ 1/9 formula that created this entire Universe. That's awesome.

Let's try something:

3.0 x 1.618 = |4.854|.

4.32 x 1.618 = |6.98976|. <---------------- (almost 989796) Where is the 9? 6 x 6 = 36. 9 x 4... = 36. Found it. This is a "989796" formula.

1.47 x 1.618 = |2.37846|.

1.21 x 1.618 = |1.95778|.


All together, when you add these numbers, you get |16.18|. Or... |1.618| the Golden Ratio. I reverse-engineered Protein's molecules to demonstrate the power of my number magic.

Mathematicians don't even have a clue how much they have wronged numbers to this day; using them like tools and whores with absolutely no understanding for "why" they work. I have the "why" because I have the key. I know how to break down Pi's sequences into mathematical sequences that underline the very tapestry of this architectural firmament.

You have no idea what I am doing here. And that's exactly the reason why you should respect what I do - your brain cannot register what I do, but when it comes to actual people who have nothing to show, you certainly know how to let them know that. Me, on the other hand, you can't say anything about me because you know that you don't even have 0.1% of the knowledge I have over this entire Universe's mathematical complex. You simply cannot insult my intelligence without being blatant about deflecting your own ignorance. Perhaps it's time to stop pretending to know everything and start realizing that you haven't even broken the surface of reality.
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Reply Thu 20 Nov, 2014 04:45 pm
You always pre-emptively tag your threads "genius is now spam apparently". You are not a genius. What you are is a loony, attention seeking, bandwidth thief.

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Reply Thu 20 Nov, 2014 04:48 pm
Beware the stiff one eye!.
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