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A Mathematical anomaly

 
Shakes
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Yes, Yes, Yes:

Rodin Math --- If you have the time, you have to watch all of his videos. The numbers have a much deeper meaning!

[link to www.markorodin.com]

and of course the videos:


It is a 4 hour video. You can also find his videos on YouTube broken into 45 segments. It is a long 4+ hour video. I have watched them all. I am a changed person because of them. Because of Morko Rodin, I was led to:

Nassim Haramein

[link to www.myspace.com]

I ended up spending an entire month (about 2 years ago) in research time discovering the work of Marko and Nissim. They both know each other and live in Hawaii.

If any of you have the time, these two individuals greatly changed my perspectives on things.

Peace --shakes
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MOOPS,spreading joy and mayhem :)
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Yes, Yes, Yes:

Rodin Math --- If you have the time, you have to watch all of his videos. The numbers have a much deeper meaning!

[link to www.markorodin.com]

and of course the videos:

 Quoting: Shakes 614427


Rodin Math is simply ancient Lo Shu....



I am amazed how someone alive today gets credit for something so old....
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Re: A Mathematical anomaly
A friend introduced me to this mathematical anomaly .


I don’t know what it is , what it means


But there is something cool

Interesting about it :


When you divide any number by 7

You get the same repeating series of numbers


1/7=.1428571
2/7=.2587142
3/7=.4285714


More at

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What is this ?



any one know ?


I investigated that somewhat, since several years. The number 7 has been seen as a special, scared number for thousands of years for some reason.

Numbers have both quantitative qualitative aspects. They can be seen as quantity and as hieroglyphs, as you certainly know from Hebrew.

The characteristic you refer to is self-similarity, or fractality. Any number divided by seven gives a sequence of multiples of seven, with the action of One intermingled.

Look: 14-28-57 (56+1)...

Why 57 and not 56? Because of multi-dimensionality:

also 142-285(+1 again)-571(+1 gain) etc etc etc

7142857142857

1428-2857-5714 and so on and on.

Now try to create several layers and see how it goes:

Notation is difficult here, the numbers connect like fish scales or roof tiles:

85+85=170, so

84+1

71428571428
84
170
1

The future acts upon the past. In a certain way "Ehyeh asher ehyeh".

Do you grasp what I mean? I would need to consult my old notes to transmit this to you in a better way...
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1/7=.1428571


2/7=.2587142



3/7=.4285714



WTF ?
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The entrance to the deepest things
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Behind all this is
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more kabbalah crap
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um...it's MATH, you twit
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It's not an anomaly. When you divide ANY number with ANY number, you get a repeating decimal part (some have the repeating part 000.. though).
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I just discovered this string last night (Oct 2nd 2012) and I'm with you dude- BEST THREAD EVER! It's ironic how i was lead to this site, (whether through luck or fate regardless) i was on wikipedia and when you type in "mathematical anomaly" in the search box it takes you to a page that says "it doesn't exist" which is sooo lame. So i re-searched it on google and BAM im here...thanks to all you (like mr ribit guy and anonymous coward and such) for adding your postings shit over 2 years ago! This shit IS AWE INSPIRING and DEEP! well ima go check out that 7,3, Haramew, and Rodin. Good luck to everyone in your pursuit of mathematical wisdom! Maybe hear from you soon...till then Godspeed and Aloha!
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Multiply 9 by any number and the value always is nine.

9x9=81 (8+1=(9}

9x283=2547 (2+5+4+7=18 1+8=(9)

9x3942578=35483202 (3+5+4+8+3+2+0+2=27 2+7=(9)
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cool
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9 * 6 = 54.... 5+4 = 9
9 * 3 = 27 .... 2 + 7 = 9

Last Edited by Renegade () on 10/02/2012 09:42 AM
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Instead of all the infinite combinations of 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0 and the dam decimal system and negative integers and imaginary numbers and all that crap...why not just start at 0 and then go 1,2,3,5,7,11,13...etc! I read the most beautifully simple math book (called "art of the infinite" or something very close to it) and it explains why prime numbers are the only important numbers. It has to do with spatial math, explains fractals...very cool....the farthest I've gone in math is Calc V at Worcester Polytechnic Institute...i failed once i got into Matrices and Lin Alg because I was simply was not interested....now THIS STRING....THIS STRING REALLY HAS ME EXCITED!!!
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Also i just signed up to this site last night and am new to it...is there anyway to continue this discussion in a new thread people can see? because its 4 pages long and 2 years old...
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Also i just signed up to this site last night and am new to it...is there anyway to continue this discussion in a new thread people can see? because its 4 pages long and 2 years old...
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It's on the front page so..........
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10/02/2012 11:01 AM
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PI= 22/7 = 3.1428571

It is the magnetic flux current path within a circle. Also I think the Rodin coil should be wired in this way. He has the sequence wrong. I have tried it and it works.
Off to work now...Enjoy!
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Some strange things about #s



A friend introduced me to this mathematical anomaly .


I don’t know what it is , what it means


But there is something cool

Interesting about it :


When you divide any number by 7

You get the same repeating series of numbers


1/7=.1428571
2/7=.2587142
3/7=.4285714


More at

[link to godssecret.wordpress.com]



What is this ?



any one know ?


I investigated that somewhat, since several years. The number 7 has been seen as a special, scared number for thousands of years for some reason.

Numbers have both quantitative qualitative aspects. They can be seen as quantity and as hieroglyphs, as you certainly know from Hebrew.

The characteristic you refer to is self-similarity, or fractality. Any number divided by seven gives a sequence of multiples of seven, with the action of One intermingled.

Look: 14-28-57 (56+1)...

Why 57 and not 56? Because of multi-dimensionality:

also 142-285(+1 again)-571(+1 gain) etc etc etc

7142857142857

1428-2857-5714 and so on and on.

Now try to create several layers and see how it goes:

Notation is difficult here, the numbers connect like fish scales or roof tiles:

85+85=170, so

84+1

71428571428
84
170
1

The future acts upon the past. In a certain way "Ehyeh asher ehyeh".

Do you grasp what I mean? I would need to consult my old notes to transmit this to you in a better way...
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They show "something"


What it all means


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Divide anything by 1 und you get the same number you started with!!
Multiply anything by 1 und you get the same number you started with!!

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NUMBERS ARE SOLID


Some strange things about #s



A friend introduced me to this mathematical anomaly .


I don’t know what it is , what it means


But there is something cool

Interesting about it :


When you divide any number by 7

You get the same repeating series of numbers


1/7=.1428571
2/7=.2587142
3/7=.4285714


More at

[link to godssecret.wordpress.com]



What is this ?



any one know ?


I investigated that somewhat, since several years. The number 7 has been seen as a special, scared number for thousands of years for some reason.

Numbers have both quantitative qualitative aspects. They can be seen as quantity and as hieroglyphs, as you certainly know from Hebrew.

The characteristic you refer to is self-similarity, or fractality. Any number divided by seven gives a sequence of multiples of seven, with the action of One intermingled.

Look: 14-28-57 (56+1)...

Why 57 and not 56? Because of multi-dimensionality:

also 142-285(+1 again)-571(+1 gain) etc etc etc

7142857142857

1428-2857-5714 and so on and on.

Now try to create several layers and see how it goes:

Notation is difficult here, the numbers connect like fish scales or roof tiles:

85+85=170, so

84+1

71428571428
84
170
1

The future acts upon the past. In a certain way "Ehyeh asher ehyeh".

Do you grasp what I mean? I would need to consult my old notes to transmit this to you in a better way...
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If this is that then that is "this" !


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It is the way the number divides into 10.
look up digital roots for more information.
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When you divide any number by 7

You get the same repeating series of numbers

1/7=.1428571
2/7=.2587142
3/7=.4285714


What is this ?



any one know ?
 Quoting: Number man 936558


Google "remainder group" without the quotes.

quotient = dividend/divisor .

If the dividend and divisor, when the fraction is extended to the right, end in a repeating pattern, then the quotient will also end in a repeating pattern. 1.0 and 7.0 extend with a string of 0s, a repeating pattern.
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You like weird things ?

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