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Offline kranwan

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2 geometric calculations that incredibly consistently display Gregorian calendar dates:


full size img link: i.imgur.com/fntCdQB.jpg

What if the image description was 'true'? How would a corresponding theory of information have to look like?

Appendix: The image shows 2 annulus calculations (radii: 323 / 53, 252 / 89)
Date formatting for the birthdates is ddmmyyyy (for ddmm use 3 and at least 3 digits whenever possible)
December 11th 2016 would be 1112 2016 (1112 + 2016 = 3128)
'Numerical names', ddmm + yyyy, and the zip code / area code combination are supposed to 'verify' that those numbers that seem to display dates, really are a display of dates.

Please be advised that you might have to view the image for a couple of minutes. This is no 'throwaway' post and it basically targets people who are mathematically and philosophically (very) open minded.


 

Offline MolonLabe

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Why would you want to target specific people? If there is some validity then it applies to all.

And what on Earth do you mean by "mathematically open-minded" ?
 

Offline kranwan

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I didn't want to write mathematically and philosophically educated.
 

Offline RD

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Quote from: wikipedia.org/wiki/Numerology
Numerology is any belief in divine, mystical relationship between a number and one or more coinciding events. It is often associated with the paranormal, alongside astrology and similar divinatory arts. There is no supporting evidence for the modern practice of numerology in modern science.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Numerology

The odds of random letters appearing to have meaning is even less likely than random numbers , ( as alphabet has more characters than the 10 possibilities with numbers ) , but if given plenty of text, say a novel, then "hidden" meaning can be found ... https://cs.anu.edu.au/people/Brendan.McKay/codes/moby.html
« Last Edit: 21/10/2015 14:17:39 by RD »
 

Offline kranwan

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I share your dislike for numerology. Please actually read the OP and view the image before you post.
 

Offline RD

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I share your dislike for numerology. Please actually read the OP and view the image before you post.

Anyone claiming there is a relationship between birthdate and postcode is a numerologist.

[ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apophenia#Hidden_meanings ]
« Last Edit: 21/10/2015 14:26:56 by RD »
 

Offline kranwan

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In all honesty, read the OP, and view the image. I do not claim anything. Serious feedback only please from here on.
 

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