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### Author Topic: a thought  (Read 1377 times)

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##### a thought
« on: 13/01/2012 04:27:14 »
just using my logics. tell me if i'am mistaken here. if you multiply 111.111.111 x 111.111.111 you get 12.345.678.987.654.321. Right? A weird kinda symmetry. Now, if you treat these as the beginning (and the inevitable end) coordinates of a three dimensional reference system (using time as a 4th dimension, that's why i started from 1, and not 0, the only logical thing is that it exists as a position, i just didn't start from it- time added) detailed to 111, could be 1111, or 11111, depends on your algebra, the sum (12.345.678.987.654.321.) would ultimately bring us the absolute middle of it. Math is full of these symmetries. Idk If you know Sheldon Cooper's number 73.
(there's the link, watch it, lasts only 1:00). Now, if it's possible to map all these numbers that show these symmetrical tendencies, put those numbers as coordinates in that very three dimensional reference system, connect the dots, what would we get? A time twisted, late and thus not entirely correct (time is an absolute factor for our understanding of the universe) line that probbably shows some kind of visual symmetry. This all coming from the presumption, of course, that numbers in general are the key to uderstanding the universe. So this all may be complete bullsh*t, cause im' no mathematician, i'm a musician and photographer. but i really think that these symmetries that appear in numbers and their various relations, both logical and purely mathematical, can show a deep and understanding view of our universe.
« Last Edit: 13/01/2012 04:53:47 by lukaradulovic »

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##### Re: a thought
« Reply #1 on: 13/01/2012 04:33:04 »
if somebody has a problem in understanding the logic i used here, i'll gladly answer any questions. Could happen because i'm Serbian, and English is my second language. Sorry about that, in advance. :)

#### Ophiolite

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##### Re: a thought
« Reply #2 on: 14/01/2012 16:08:52 »
Have you considered what would happen to the symmetry if you used something other than base 10?

#### budd3

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##### Re: a thought
« Reply #3 on: 19/02/2012 18:26:58 »
I can definetly see where your coming from and your theory might be true but the thing is the universe is always expanding which could be one reason why there is no "end" number in math because the universe is infinite

#### butchmurray

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##### Re: a thought
« Reply #4 on: 19/02/2012 18:36:07 »
The universe is infinite???

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