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February 5th, 2016, 01:28 AM   #1
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Wave Theory of Numbers: introduction

why wave theory of numbers is needed
Mathematicians have not solved questions like Oppermann's conjecture, the Riemann Hypothesis, Levy's Conjecture, Brocard's problem,the Twin Prime Conjecture and many more.
To solve these questions, I build Wave Theory of Numbers(WTN), actually the theory of numbers is hard to understand and the simplified form which I think is WTN.
Another reason is ASTROLOGY and NUMEROLOGY, which could only be explained through WTN.


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February 6th, 2016, 07:44 AM   #2
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A joke, right? The reference to "astrology" and "numerology" is the give away.
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February 6th, 2016, 04:50 PM   #3
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A joke, right? The reference to "astrology" and "numerology" is the give away.
Either that, or he's another New Agey theorist...
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February 6th, 2016, 05:01 PM   #4
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As always the clue is there in
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the theory of numbers is hard to understand
This means "I don't understand the subject, so I shall make up whatever nonsense I fancy and claim that it is better".
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February 6th, 2016, 10:10 PM   #5
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astrology which deals with the prediction of the future , astrologer uses planet positions and say's that gravity of other planets affect us. now as science as evolved and say's that gravity do not affect us since it is so much weak then question is how their(astrologer) theory is correct but also has an error means that their prediction are not true 100 percent instead it is decreasing . one reason is that rise in technology, radio waves has emerged also humans are disturbing the mass of another planet by sending their machine on other planet and hence astrology is just becoming less accurate.
the science behind astrology is actually matter waves predicted by quantum physics.
but to prove this, wave theory of numbers is needed which study the mixture of waves,
actually the position of planets is perfectly matches with the positions of waves in wave theory of numbers.
numerology it just add the digit of numbers example 833 8+3+3=13 1+3=4 also 833 mod 9=4 means that sum of a digit of a number and wave 9 are both linked up.
numerology provides another supporting evidence to wave theory of numbers.
what are the uses of astrology and numerology it is sure that it could not be used to predict future( due to error in astrology and numerology) but it could be used to study the past . if it is mixed with quantum physics then time machine is possible.
another use is related to artificial intelligence which could be created.
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This is not science. Thread closed.
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