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am I going to think it is numerology,

has pretty much put a stop to numerology in this area.

we can calculate π and √10 to any level of precision we want.

Funny how it works in base 10

that he needs no more than one decimal point

The journal will consider papers on new research and hyptheses that are scientifically grounded. The journal does not consider or accept papers on any aspect of the Big Bang, Lamda/Dark Energy Cold Dark Matter (LCDM) or Cold Dark Matter (CDM) models of Cosmology or the Standard Model of Particle Physics. The position of the Journal of Modern Cosmology is that these models are all incorrect as they try to describe the interactions of individual particle events in what is actually an evolving continuum.It is also the Journal's position that the Universe is eternal, so papers containing physical "creation events" will also not be considered.

What is notable in his paper is that he needs no more than one decimal point in his exponents

It was only a simple matter of trial and error to work out the final equation.

where an exponent is based on an experimental value

puts the first nail in that coffin.

No matter how many places of decimals you get it to agree to

They take their individual experimental results, square each one, add all of them together, divide by the number of results and then take the square root of the average.

math does not lie.

If that is not trial and error, I don't know what is.

far beyond the simple 12 digits they promote.

... that would be "numerology", a term you are misusing. ...

"numerology" has become a very common term

Who is "they"?