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Alright, well this is a mathematical thought I just went through now. It is associated with the general idea, and this seems to be the place to put it. It has incredibly profound implications. Now, this is ‘math,’ and if you think you don’t like math you might not really ponder what is being said with these equations, perhaps because you will think they are complicated. These are actually very intuitive ideas, expressed using math. If you understand the ‘idea,’ the math makes perfect sense.

E=hv
THEREFORE E/v=h
THEREFORE v is inversely proportional to h
THEREFORE v=E/h
THEREFORE v is directly proportional to h

E=mc^2
c^2=E/m
THEREFORE E is inversely proportional to m
THEREFORE E is directly proportional to v
CREATE variable t, which is equivalent to E
CREATE variable s, which is equivalent to m
t=v/m

c = speed of light
c is proportional to v^2
THEREFORE
E=mv^2
THEREFORE E is directly proportional to v^2
DUE TO E-t equivalence, t=mv^2
DUE TO t-v equivalence, v=mv^2
DUE TO m-s equivalence, v=sv^2
DUE TO v-c equivalence c=sv^2
c = speed of photon in ’empty’ space

We can thus operationally define empty space. Empty space is what exists in a theoretical state of no mass, or physicality. We can say this is equivalent to there being no spatial dimensions, ‘space,’ hence variable s. Let us then create variable z, representing ‘zero’ spatial dimensions. Since z represents empty space, we can define a limit of 0 for variable z. 2-dimensionally, on a graph, we can represent this spatial dimension by x. Let us give t, ‘time,’ the graphical dimension y.

z(as x approaches 0) = xv^2
DUE TO E-v^2 equivalence, z=xE
E=z/x^2
z=Ex^2
DUE TO z = 0x
z = E(x/0x)
DUE TO E-t equivalence
z = t(x/0x)
DUE TO E-t , t-y, and x-z equivalence
LIMIT OF x(as x approaches 0) = y(x/0)
THEREFORE y-x equivalence
THEREFORE LIMIT OF x(as x approaches 0 from either positive or negative numbers) = LIMIT OF y(as y approaches 0 from positive or negative numbers)
ALSO LIMIT OF x(as x approaches infinitely large positive or negative numbers) = LIMIT OF y(as y approaches infinitely large positive or negative numbers)

These limits essentially define the x and y axes. These axes define perfect 90 degree angles, defining a circle. Since these 90 degree angles are themselves perfect, due to the symmetry of the equivalent limits, they are actually unable to be ‘perfectly’ modeled, due to the assymetry of inversely non-equivalent limits. This inability to perfectly model data is related to chaos math. Due to this perplexing fact of both equivalent and non-equivalent limits approaching 0 and infinity, we can only define a bisecting line by another limit. That limit is 90 degrees, as it approaches itself.
Angle = 45+(90 degrees, as it approaches itself)

Due to this impossibility of ‘perfect’ modeling, we cannot say that the graph 100% accurately contains the form of the graph. It is always slightly disturbed by the existence of the limits. Therefore, despite the fact that four 90 degree angles defines the circle which defines a graph, four ‘quadrants’ cannot be said to ultimately define the reality of this equation. Since 90 degrees is always approaching itself, it can have virtually any value, from negative infinity to positive infinity. Therefore, circles can be defined according to virtually any point, graphically, in 2-dimensional space. In 3-dimensional space, these can be represented by ‘balls.’

We can, using this methodology, define the first three dimensions, using the model of angles bisected by lines. The 1st dimension has no line, therefore 360 degree angle. The 2nd dimension has 2 180 degree angles, bisected by 1 line. The previously define equation can therefore be demonstrated to define the third dimension, using a standard infinitely-close-to-perfect 2-dimensional graph.
The x-axis is defined by y approaching 0
The y-axis is defined by x approaching 0
3-Dimensional reality is defined by a perfect 360 degree circle.

The implication is that we can, in 3-Dimensional reality, understand the ‘graphical’ representation of 3-dimensional reality, from a 4th-dimensional perspective. That would be defined by a perfect 3-dimensional ‘ball’ that is defined by being perfect in terms of 2 dimensional lines spreading out at every possible angle(approaching infinity).

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Last night, I worked on developing a theoretical model that could map out the cycles in which the elements of reality play themselves out over time. I’m guessing I would lose interest if I went too deeply into detail of the logic behind my formula, but I will go into it a bit. I’ll also be clear on the math that I am doing, so you can see for yourself how it works out.

The periodic table of elements represents all of the possible elements, based on electron counts in the atomic structure. The elements of the final family of the table are called the noble gases. They have perfectly stable electron configurations. There are 6 of them. 8 is the standard number of valence electrons for perfect stability. This also corresponds to the 8 notes of the music scale. Beyond this, there are 8 families to the periodic table, representing common number of valence electrons, which represents resonant energies. My theory is that these resonant energies represent pure space-time, and thus seeing their pattern results in understanding the patterns of all space and time. It is this general thought process that guided the explanation that follows.

Each noble gas represents the completion of a cycle. The completion of the cycle is represented by the number 8, referring to the 8 types of elements. Since you are adding layers to the perfection through each of the 6 noble gases, you therefore multiply 8 times itself for each stage. Thus you end up getting 8^6. This gives you 262,144, which means that a total of 262,144 units represent a cycle, sub-divided into 6 sections. In order to calculate, you must have a beginning and ending date in order for the calculations to work. You must choose these dates intelligently, based on the beginning and ending of cycles. December 28 is the final new moon of 2012, representing the end of the old cycle and the beginning of the new. So, you take the total number, and you divide by 8. You repeat this process of diving by 8 5 times, so that including the original, you have your 6 steps. Each of the numbers represents something significantly novel occurring.

At first, this was just mathematical and scientific theory. I decided to test it out, and see how it holds up with history. I decided a good place to start would be the formation of the Earth. I will start with the date of the formation of earth, in number of years ago, and then give the date given for each of the 6 stages, as dictated by my calculations. I will then describe what significant event, if any, took place around that time.
1. 4,540,000,000 – Formation of planet
2. 567,500,000 – Time after development of simple animals, shortly before insects/arachnids/crustaceans
3. 70,937,500 – Dinosaurs died out
4. 8,867,187.5 – Development of great apes
5. 1,108,398.438 – Homo Erectus
6. 138,549.8047 – Modern Homo Sapiens
Timeline of evolutionary history of life – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

So, although I was confident in the theory behind it, I was at first totally unsure of what would result. After getting these significant of results, though, I had to try it again. I would formulate the new scale based on the last event of the prior scale. So, the emergence of modern homo sapiens.

1. 138,549.8047 – Modern homo sapiens
2. 17,322.47559 – Beginning warming of globe
3. 2,165.309448 – Major leap in thought and spirituality. Socrates, Buddhism, Christanity, Taosim, Judaism, etc)
4. 270.6636811(1742: Shortly before USA being founded)
5. 33.83296013(1979: Cold War escalates in the West due to Soviet invasion of Afghanistan)
6. 4.229120016(September 2008: Global financial crisis)

Wow. Now I’m feeling pretty excited, cuz at both time scales it has worked perfectly. Now I decide to make one more, based on the end of 2012. I’m torn between what day to end it on. I assumed December 21st at first, due to its popularity. But when looking at the moon chart, the new moon is exactly one week later, on the 28th. Intuitively, this seemed like a better ending point. Based on later considerations, I was to find that this, indeed, seems to be the best ending date. Here I calculate from the time of the start of the global financial crisis until the end of december 2012, which on the 28th should represent the completion of the cycle. I’m here converting the units of time from years to days.

1. 1,543.628806 – September 2008: Global financial crisis
2. 192.9536007 – March 4: Republic of Congo capital blasted. 150 killed, 1,500 injured. Part of global turmoil
3. 24.11920009 – December 4
4. 3.014900011 – December 25: Christmas Day
2. .3768625014 – December 28
1. .0471078127 – December 28

So, the first two scales of time were fulfilled perfectly. The final scale previously mentioned has thus far been perfectly fulfilled. It does make three further predictions, though, in terms of specific dates. December 4, December 25, and December 28. It remains to be seen how these turn out. It seems possible if not probable that the smaller the scale the more difficult it would be to be perfectly accurate. Nonetheless, it’s been perfect thus far, so we may as well see how it goes into the projected future over the next month.