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January 31st, 2016, 08:16 PM   #1
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Tesla's 3,6,9 Relationship to Shapes

Please view on You Tube, Tesla's 3,6,9. You will see amazing relationships
to these numbers to all numbers, and 9 digits. 0 is the symbol for nothing, or levels of the 9 digits. though 0 is important.
360 degrees in a circle is no random number.
360 = 3+6+0=9
180 = 1+8+0=9
90= 9+0=9
45=4+5=9
22.5=2+2+5=9
11.25=1+1+2+5=9
5.625= 5+6+2+5=18 1+8=9
2.8125=2+8+1+2+5=18 1+8=9
1.40625=1+4+0+6+2+5=18 1+8=9
This will keep repeating.
Related to this, is a post where I find that Pi is 3.131200
not 3.14159.....
3+1+3+1+2+0=10 1+0=1
The relationship is 1
I do not feel that the creator of everything including numbers, would have our relationship of a diameter to the circumference of a circle, be an irrational number.
With 3+1+3+1+2+0 or 3.13120 it is rational, and if you weigh the area of a circle, to that of a square of the same material, you can see for yourself.
By working backwards, from the weight of the area of the circle, back to
r squared x pi, you will see for yourself. Comparing the weight of the circle and the square, comparing 3.13120 to 3.14159, you can see for yourself.
Who or what ever created numbers, man only discovered numbers, though did not create them. or everything in nature or our universe, that they relate to.
I do not feel that a creator of such magnitude, or perfection, would make mistakes, or things that are irrational, with this relationship. I hope you agree, or at least consider this, or try a weight test for yourself. To see for yourself.
Though please look at Tesla's 3,6,9, on You Tube. These relationships cannot be a coincidence. I hope you will agree.

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No-one will take anything you say seriously if you keep writing shoddy reasoning.
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January 31st, 2016, 09:45 PM   #3
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Related to this, is a post where I find that Pi is 3.131200
not 3.14159.....
Apparently you can't trust everything you read on the internet even if it was written by you.

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I do not feel that the creator of everything including numbers, would have our relationship of a diameter to the circumference of a circle, be an irrational number.
And herein lies the problem: It doesn't matter that you "feel" something is right, it depends on what you can prove. This is nothing more than numerology.

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January 31st, 2016, 09:59 PM   #4
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234: 2+3+4=9
117: 1+1+7=9
58.5: 5+8+5=18 1+8=9
29.25: 2+9+2+5=18 1+8=9
14.625: 1+4+6+2+5=18 1+8=9

There's nothing mystical about this. Any multiple of 9 will do.

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I do not feel that the creator of everything including numbers, would have our relationship of a diameter to the circumference of a circle, be an irrational number.
Given that you don't even recognise the Grade 6 rule for divisibility by 9 and that you don't understand the concept of mathematical proof, I wouldn't trust your mathematical intuition on anything at all.
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