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**That CAN'T be true! / I have a question too long to fit here, I apologize.**

« **on:**17/06/2022 00:28:09 »

Okay, so TL;DR, I need to know if my math theory is wrong... I won't go into a lot of garbage on it... but I'll put it in short below... it's so extensive, I couldn't fit it into the title.

This involves the last Caesar of Rome being so egotistical, he changed the calendar used to have every month (and day of the week) some version of his name, as I recall... he extended the calendar from 10 months to twelve.... but, you see, months often had to be calculated in lengths, as did weeks, before this occurred... to match the seasons and moon together (as all time was calculated by the moon, and not the sun's position - it used a different calculation based on shadows on a sundial). Later, the Gregorian's slipped in the Leap Day/Year to "fix" his "mistake" (Ha!), but truth is... the calendar used to go essentially by the phases and position of the moon. But this became an issue when we invented the train industry, so further edits were made... to clocks (in train stations), if I understand correctly.

I began playing around with this, and discovered... well, essentially I think time may be a variable and not a constant, but that's something entirely different than the following query (a word problem I'm attempting to calculate):

Lunar Math (not Solar based math calculation) + Marko Rodin's Vortex math (corrected) + string theory (corrected to Tesla's theories - 9 and not 10) + Hyperfractastratified computational data synthesis = ?

Is the above even possible and/or correct, or am I just off track entirely and see something that isn't there?

I was chasing the "flaw" with Einstein's E=MC2 formula Mark Rodin found when he went a bit farther with Tesla's math... Vortex Math. I had realized that perhaps the flaw was that we were calculating everything due to an egotistical maniac (Caesar Augustus - remember the entire senate slaughtered themselves, and his own best friend killed him himself the day Rome fell *in* a day).

Mind you I'm quite nutty... but I'm not stupid... so, if I'm really stupid *and* crazy, I'd like to know please lol.

I know CERN was kind of messing around (rumored) with something similar involving particle physics - not my forte... what would happen if I added that too? I'm boggled by what I see in the calculations... but am I wrong?

This involves the last Caesar of Rome being so egotistical, he changed the calendar used to have every month (and day of the week) some version of his name, as I recall... he extended the calendar from 10 months to twelve.... but, you see, months often had to be calculated in lengths, as did weeks, before this occurred... to match the seasons and moon together (as all time was calculated by the moon, and not the sun's position - it used a different calculation based on shadows on a sundial). Later, the Gregorian's slipped in the Leap Day/Year to "fix" his "mistake" (Ha!), but truth is... the calendar used to go essentially by the phases and position of the moon. But this became an issue when we invented the train industry, so further edits were made... to clocks (in train stations), if I understand correctly.

I began playing around with this, and discovered... well, essentially I think time may be a variable and not a constant, but that's something entirely different than the following query (a word problem I'm attempting to calculate):

Lunar Math (not Solar based math calculation) + Marko Rodin's Vortex math (corrected) + string theory (corrected to Tesla's theories - 9 and not 10) + Hyperfractastratified computational data synthesis = ?

Is the above even possible and/or correct, or am I just off track entirely and see something that isn't there?

I was chasing the "flaw" with Einstein's E=MC2 formula Mark Rodin found when he went a bit farther with Tesla's math... Vortex Math. I had realized that perhaps the flaw was that we were calculating everything due to an egotistical maniac (Caesar Augustus - remember the entire senate slaughtered themselves, and his own best friend killed him himself the day Rome fell *in* a day).

Mind you I'm quite nutty... but I'm not stupid... so, if I'm really stupid *and* crazy, I'd like to know please lol.

I know CERN was kind of messing around (rumored) with something similar involving particle physics - not my forte... what would happen if I added that too? I'm boggled by what I see in the calculations... but am I wrong?