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The Fibonacci Thread

 
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get out of my brain, i was just looking at that
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Have you read The Flower of Life yet Q?
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no, but thank you i was just telling someone im at a roof, i have no more words. i need a good read perhaps to inspire
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Damn Wonkish thanks for the brian buster scratching Even as in every other number or every even number in the sequence?
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get out of my brain, i was just looking at that
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Have you read The Flower of Life yet Q?
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no, but thank you i was just telling someone im at a roof, i have no more words. i need a good read perhaps to inspire
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You have to read it. I enjoyed it very much.
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get out of my brain, i was just looking at that
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Have you read The Flower of Life yet Q?
 Quoting: SFAV


no, but thank you i was just telling someone im at a roof, i have no more words. i need a good read perhaps to inspire
 Quoting: Qarley


You have to read it. I enjoyed it very much.
 Quoting: SFAV


where can i find it?
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Damn Wonkish thanks for the brian buster scratching Even as in every other number or every even number in the sequence?
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Odd: n = 2 * k + 1
Even: n = 2 * k
n and k are integers

Project Euler has a lot of interesting math problems that are intended to be solved with the help of a computer.
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Have you read The Flower of Life yet Q?
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no, but thank you i was just telling someone im at a roof, i have no more words. i need a good read perhaps to inspire
 Quoting: Qarley


You have to read it. I enjoyed it very much.
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where can i find it?
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Google the PDF you should find it. I would link it but it may be copyright.
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Damn Wonkish thanks for the brian buster scratching Even as in every other number or every even number in the sequence?
 Quoting: SFAV


Odd: n = 2 * k + 1
Even: n = 2 * k
n and k are integers

Project Euler has a lot of interesting math problems that are intended to be solved with the help of a computer.
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That is a pretty intense mathematical place man.
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print out a fibonacci spiral

cut along the spiral

fold each of the squares at 90 degrees

creates an interesting 3d spiral
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print out a fibonacci spiral

cut along the spiral

fold each of the squares at 90 degrees

creates an interesting 3d spiral
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I have been doing more and more drafting and applying this in different ways lately. The more I do it the more it makes rational sense. Also your handle brings to mind something else that I am looking more into. I am an infant when it comes to Alchemy. If you could point me in a direction of such it would be much appreciated.
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Last Edited by Sharkee on 09/13/2012 10:30 PM
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09/13/2012 10:40 PM
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Hi OP, nice thread!

Look at this image :

[link to upload.wikimedia.org]

This is the 24 repeated numbers of the digital root of Fibonacci sequence

In this image the two 369 equilateral triangles are figured but one could also draw :
two 147 equilateral triangles
two 258 equilateral triangles
one 111 equilateral triangle
one 888 equilateral triangle

So,
from 147 -> 2*147 + 1*111
from 258 -> 2*258 + 1*888
from 369 -> 2*369

It seems there's a triangle missing which is obviously 333 or 666 or 999

in 147, 1 in the smallest
in 258, 8 in the biggest
so in 369 it seems natural to choose the middle one

->

666 is The equilateral triangle who's shining by being not there in the digital root of Fibonacci sequence.
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09/13/2012 10:46 PM
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Hi OP, nice thread!

Look at this image :

[link to upload.wikimedia.org]

This is the 24 repeated numbers of the digital root of Fibonacci sequence

In this image the two 369 equilateral triangles are figured but one could also draw :
two 147 equilateral triangles
two 258 equilateral triangles
one 111 equilateral triangle
one 888 equilateral triangle

So,
from 147 -> 2*147 + 1*111
from 258 -> 2*258 + 1*888
from 369 -> 2*369

It seems there's a triangle missing which is obviously 333 or 666 or 999

in 147, 1 in the smallest
in 258, 8 in the biggest
so in 369 it seems natural to choose the middle one

->

666 is The equilateral triangle who's shining by being not there in the digital root of Fibonacci sequence.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 587115

That is an awesome observation. Also for some reason when I look at 6 I want to mirror it but reverse. As 69. Or the Yin and the Yang. Great post.
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09/13/2012 10:48 PM
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These mean anything to you OP?

0
12
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
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09/13/2012 11:10 PM
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Hi OP, nice thread!

Look at this image :

[link to upload.wikimedia.org]

This is the 24 repeated numbers of the digital root of Fibonacci sequence

In this image the two 369 equilateral triangles are figured but one could also draw :
two 147 equilateral triangles
two 258 equilateral triangles
one 111 equilateral triangle
one 888 equilateral triangle

So,
from 147 -> 2*147 + 1*111
from 258 -> 2*258 + 1*888
from 369 -> 2*369

It seems there's a triangle missing which is obviously 333 or 666 or 999

in 147, 1 in the smallest
in 258, 8 in the biggest
so in 369 it seems natural to choose the middle one

->

666 is The equilateral triangle who's shining by being not there in the digital root of Fibonacci sequence.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 587115

That is an awesome observation. Also for some reason when I look at 6 I want to mirror it but reverse. As 69. Or the Yin and the Yang. Great post.
 Quoting: SFAV


Thank you for kind words. Usually I'm a modest person but yes it is. And wait till you read the recent development, thanks to you!

Thread: Function F, primal infos or following a butterfly.

10:59 PM and read at start for judging the method and its validity.
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1+1= 2

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at the 6:00 minute mark, it says the songs in a certain order match up exactly. unless this person has a different album than me, it doesn't work but for a couple songs. most songs end in a fade out.
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These mean anything to you OP?

0
12
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
 Quoting: Marxist


I'm not OP :) but those are terms 0 to 8 of

Int(n*25/2)

What it means to you ?
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09/13/2012 11:53 PM

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6765
 Quoting: SFAV




10946
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1+1= 2

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at the 6:00 minute mark, it says the songs in a certain order match up exactly. unless this person has a different album than me, it doesn't work but for a couple songs. most songs end in a fade out.
 Quoting: SmuRidley


I think you missed the sequence he was referring to. The track list is 6,7,5,8,4,9,13,1,12,2,11,3,10

The sequence at the 6:00 min. mark is the swing from 1 to 13
1,1,2,3,5,8,13,8,5,3,2,1

Hope that makes sense. hf
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6765
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10946
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17711 rockon
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These mean anything to you OP?

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75
87
100
 Quoting: Marxist


I'm not OP :) but those are terms 0 to 8 of

Int(n*25/2)

What it means to you ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 587115


Thank you as I saw it
0+12+25=37 but did not know where to go from there. And feel free to add to this thread anytime friend.hf
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"Pay close attention....You could miss something"
"Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day; begin it well and serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense."
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Just some references :)
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Had to do it :)


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These mean anything to you OP?

0
12
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
 Quoting: Marxist


I'm not OP :) but those are terms 0 to 8 of

Int(n*25/2)

What it means to you ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 587115


I see them a lot in things around me. Could you explain a little, thanks.
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That's very strange!!

You don't understand the formula ? Because I have no explanation for what you say, sorry :(

Int(n) is the integer value just below the value of n.

Ex :

Int(2,34)= 2

Int(137,999999999999999) = 137

Int(138) = 138

n * 25 / 2 gives (0 to 8) 0 12,5 25 37,5 50 62,5 75 87,5 100

and the numbers are rounded with Int function.

Still there is maybe others functions which could give them.



btw your ID is almost a perfect Golden number in a Fibonacci thread !!! (1,618033989)
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That's very strange!!

You don't understand the formula ? Because I have no explanation for what you say, sorry :(

Int(n) is the integer value just below the value of n.

Ex :

Int(2,34)= 2

Int(137,999999999999999) = 137

Int(138) = 138

n * 25 / 2 gives (0 to 8) 0 12,5 25 37,5 50 62,5 75 87,5 100

and the numbers are rounded with Int function.

Still there is maybe others functions which could give them.



btw your ID is almost a perfect Golden number in a Fibonacci thread !!! (1,618033989)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 587115


Being an atheist (well nihilist), I am not inclined to anything supernatural. However, these numbers keep recurring in my line of work...with incredible accuracy...and I am not mathematical so they are something of a puzzle.

Anyways, I shall have to try and make sense of your formula so thanks.

And yes, I am a convinced marxist.
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1+1= 2

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at the 6:00 minute mark, it says the songs in a certain order match up exactly. unless this person has a different album than me, it doesn't work but for a couple songs. most songs end in a fade out.
 Quoting: SmuRidley


I think you missed the sequence he was referring to. The track list is 6,7,5,8,4,9,13,1,12,2,11,3,10

The sequence at the 6:00 min. mark is the swing from 1 to 13
1,1,2,3,5,8,13,8,5,3,2,1

Hope that makes sense. hf
 Quoting: SFAV


my bad, i meant that sequence you rightfully pointed out at 5:14 in the vid.

and i did listen to them in the correct order. they all don't line up the way the video suggests. i was stoked to hear that a couple did.
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That's very strange!!

You don't understand the formula ? Because I have no explanation for what you say, sorry :(

Int(n) is the integer value just below the value of n.

Ex :

Int(2,34)= 2

Int(137,999999999999999) = 137

Int(138) = 138

n * 25 / 2 gives (0 to 8) 0 12,5 25 37,5 50 62,5 75 87,5 100

and the numbers are rounded with Int function.

Still there is maybe others functions which could give them.



btw your ID is almost a perfect Golden number in a Fibonacci thread !!! (1,618033989)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 587115


Being an atheist (well nihilist), I am not inclined to anything supernatural. However, these numbers keep recurring in my line of work...with incredible accuracy...and I am not mathematical so they are something of a puzzle.

Anyways, I shall have to try and make sense of your formula so thanks.

And yes, I am a convinced marxist.
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Sorry it's funny...

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1+1= 2

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at the 6:00 minute mark, it says the songs in a certain order match up exactly. unless this person has a different album than me, it doesn't work but for a couple songs. most songs end in a fade out.
 Quoting: SmuRidley


I think you missed the sequence he was referring to. The track list is 6,7,5,8,4,9,13,1,12,2,11,3,10

The sequence at the 6:00 min. mark is the swing from 1 to 13
1,1,2,3,5,8,13,8,5,3,2,1

Hope that makes sense. hf
 Quoting: SFAV


my bad, i meant that sequence you rightfully pointed out at 5:14 in the vid.

and i did listen to them in the correct order. they all don't line up the way the video suggests. i was stoked to hear that a couple did.
 Quoting: SmuRidley


Was that with a pause in between? Or going straight into the track? I have not had a chance to do this on my own. I wondered if this was true and it seems you did it. So any feedback would be grateful.
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That's very strange!!

You don't understand the formula ? Because I have no explanation for what you say, sorry :(

Int(n) is the integer value just below the value of n.

Ex :

Int(2,34)= 2

Int(137,999999999999999) = 137

Int(138) = 138

n * 25 / 2 gives (0 to 8) 0 12,5 25 37,5 50 62,5 75 87,5 100

and the numbers are rounded with Int function.

Still there is maybe others functions which could give them.



btw your ID is almost a perfect Golden number in a Fibonacci thread !!! (1,618033989)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 587115


Being an atheist (well nihilist), I am not inclined to anything supernatural. However, these numbers keep recurring in my line of work...with incredible accuracy...and I am not mathematical so they are something of a puzzle.

Anyways, I shall have to try and make sense of your formula so thanks.

And yes, I am a convinced marxist.
 Quoting: Marxist


Sorry it's funny...

 Quoting: SFAV


Marx's material dialecticism is something of a mystery. Now I am not inclined to mysticism, but if you follow his logic, it would infer that the material gives effect to itself via us. Of course, the material includes numbers.

These numbers in my job are certainly puzzling me.
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