As a side note, I think this is our first long argument type thread using LQT. I'd say the system worked rather well.
Hi Brian, you write very well. I congratulate you.
The Book of Psalms chapter 119 in the King James version of the Bible has the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet separated by 7 lines 22 times. As you requested 22/7 = pi.
It also contains a Roman Mile. This is 1000 paces of 1.618 British yards. This is the Golden Number Phi=1.618... Note, they are British yards.
I find British numbers in other calendars too.
The Bible also says there will be signs in the sun moon and stars. The diameter of the moon=2160 British miles.
If we partition it as a dart board, there are 1335 points.
The book of Daniel says happy is he who lives 1335 days.
The Mayan calendar final Baktun cycle begins in the year 1618
Also Christ calls himself the Alpha and the Omega.
This is the Barkhausen condition for oscillation.
i.e. frequency*time=1, or f=1/t
Let's change these symbols to x and y for calculating purposes.
He also presents an everlasting kingdom. i.e. x-y=1
If you solve x*y=1 and x-y=1, we get the Golden Number 1.618.
There is no other solution for perpetual motion.
The radius of the sun is 432,000 British miles. The Hindu calendar ends after 432,000 years.
In Norse mythology, Valhalla has 540 doors 800 men wide.
540 * 800 = 432,000
The Mayan calendar also contains pi=3.14
If we multiply pi=3.14 * 1000 =3140
Then take the diameter of the earth 7920 miles.
Using Kepler's problem of the earth in two places at the same time, we get 7920 *2 miles.
add these all up 3140 +7920 +7920 =18980
This is the length of the Mayan calendar.
BTW, the bible is veiled. There is more than one way to encrypt pi. Just because you don't see it, does not mean it is not there.
Genesis 14:14 When Abram heard that his relative had been taken captive, he called out the 318 trained men born in his household and went in pursuit as far as Dan.
1.Nehemiah 11:6 The descendants of Perez who lived in Jerusalem totaled 468 able men.
When you start looking for numbers that hard, you can find them in anything. I'll bet π is hidden in Harry Potter if you look hard enough
What you say is true 100%. You are correct.
I have spent over 10 years accumulating data. When the examples are few, as you say, they can be found anywhere. When they start piling up, then it is no longer random.
In my opinion, even a few hundred samples are not enough to convince me they are correct.
For example, The Golden number Phi=1.618 is found when you measure the wall of the al Aqsa mosque.
It is also found in the Parthenon, The great pyramid, Stonehenge, etc.
Solving this number is not simple using Roman Numerals for example, as it requires successive approximation.
Getting more than 1 or 2 decimal places of accuracy is not an easy task.
Uhh, could you use more than one sentence per line? It's really spaced out. Paragraph form is a good thing.
>I have spent over 10 years accumulating data. When the examples are few, as you say, they can be >found anywhere. When they start piling up, then it is no longer random.
>In my opinion, even a few hundred samples are not enough to convince me they are correct.
Even cooler is the fact that for every single circle, if measure how long it is around the edge, and then divide that by it diameter, you get the same number every time: π!
Clearly something requiring divine explanation is at hand. Like really what is the chances that will happen EVERY SINGLE TIME !