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4D maths and the elements

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4D maths and the elements
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Okay, I mentioned I mentioned elements, this is Colin Power, in2infinity, elements and computing the elemental table, well obviously silicone a very important number in computing and all that stuff. I didn’t mention something about elements or spark someone’s interest. Okay? I’m not going to go too much into the elements right now. But I’m going to give a few, just a few hints as right now. So we gave the solution to pie. Remember, it was 25 and a third, or we should say a quarter and a third. And it’s the compilation of those two types of plane the hexagonal plane, the square plane that creates the pie function. Yeah. And so when we get the inversion of that with the infinite mathematics, you could say, it’s a third Yeah, so 333333333. And then what we have is the inverse function of, of that number, which is so you know, a quarter is not 125. So, naught point seven, five, isn’t it? And that trend, if we swap that around, what happens is we get 3333333 into infinity. That’d be 170, infinite. And then the 25 because we look at the other half of the quarter turns into 75. Right? And so what you get now is, let’s say this is a number 3375. Okay, got that. So that’s 33333. It goes on to infinity. In our case, we’re just going to 3375 That’s all we need. For now. Just know that it’s three, three stands for the infinity of the third. And 75 stands for the inverse of a quarter if you like, yeah. Which is you know, makes up a whole I’m going to put those numbers next to each other. The decimal points are 3d 3d, remember, and what we’re gonna do is now we’re going to move the decimal point back. Yeah, back one, so we get three three 7.75. Yeah. Okay. So, do back one, so we get 3.375. And what we find is, is that that number can be times by four now, yeah, so we get the whole from from the survive, and all of that, and when we do we get something called the square root of 54. Now the square root of 54. Sorry, we find the square root of 3375 and it’s time to that bye for Yep. So we’ve gone to square root first. Yeah. So then we get the square root of 54. And an atom 54. If you think about it is a particular atom that has its it’s a noble gas, it’s it’s xenon. Yeah. And with that noble gas, is really where as far as atomic geometry says is the outer shell of the atom because other atoms after that get compiled with inside the atom, you know, higher atoms don’t get compiled outside, with the exception of a pair of a s orbital shells which just help for the bonding function of the atom by popping that shell, which is element 56. After that, you know, you get your f orbitals kicking in, and those are the ones we use for the colour function in our mobile phone, screens and all of that stuff, you know. Anyway, that’s just a little bit about atoms. But 54 is a quite important number. But for those who are really astute and have been reading stuff on Geo quantum mechanics and, and the functions of the relationship, we got our Geo, geo gravitational theory, geo quantum gravity. And what we can see is the what we have there is something within that within dimensional science that says there’s a relationship between the proton and the neutron. So technically speaking, you can glue so we take the mass of an electron and we pull it back into the, into the proton. What we find is there’s still a discrepancy between that and and a neutron and you say, well, what’s the difference in the discrepancy? Well, it turns out to be the square root of 54 divided by four, which is exactly this isn’t it’s the square root. Yeah. Of 3.375. Yeah, that’s what it is. Yeah. So that’s called the that’s called the discrepancy. Number. And what we’re seeing is it’s there’s a there’s a pie function here. It’s could be all coincidence, but it doesn’t matter. Because 54 oversees a number of nine. So it’s a very important number. We’ve just moved the when we went into the infinite space from the fourth dimensional mathematic, we just move the decimal point across from 333 point 375 and three 3.75 of a move timespace across an Ola sudden we see it’s an infinite of three yet which is a third and we’ve got an extra quarter is not being accounted for. For those people who want to get really into all of that stuff. You can start to translate that into the relationship at different elemental levels. And also, it explains why lightwaves tend to sort of move in a quarter quarter of the sphere, spherical space, expand into that quarter and disappear out of that quarter of that sphere and reappear in the opposite quarter and expand to a maximum and then disappear as they traverse through space or grow in size. It’s very bizarre, isn’t it like the sphere that grows and it just grows into one quarter of a sphere, and that’s the wave we’re seeing. And then it collapses down to zero again, and then the sphere opens up again and this time is going in exactly the opposite half of the sphere, you know, opposite there. And that’s how that’s how that’s what’s happening is that every time we see it’s the left hand rule, or whatever I handle, yeah. So you can start to compile all that together. And you can start to see how atoms work from geochemical perspective and from a geo electrical mechanical perspective, because once we talk about mechanics of that level, we can start to translate that into our computer chip systems and the systems I’ve been talking about. And you know, you’re going to find some surprising new ways in which we can utilise the elements when we do but you just need to do a little bit of calculation on some of that. So you’re going to need to know a little bit about dimensional science. You can do in standard calculation, dimension size makes it a little easier because it decodes all science into just pure ratio. So it just makes it a lot easier to calculations we think you can do as data science if you want to try and push things around a little bit. You’ll probably find that the square root for slightly out of that point, so you have to compensate. That’s due to the fact of the speed of light not being three. But anyway, once it all goes into ratio falls a lot easier. We’ve also got another system which which is our quantum gravity solution, which translates all of that sciency stuff, we we re re engineered the constants, because from the ratios and we came up with nine constants in nine normal numbers. And so what we can do then is we can really start to do the math using, you know, quantum computing then on our on our Geo quantum gravity solution. Okay, so that’s why we’re excited. We hope that people are as excited as we are about potential fourth dimensional mathematics, and its capacity to decode atoms and all that sort of stuff. We think we’ve outlined now pretty much enough for you guys to be getting on with and looking out for that, sort of, you know, you can start to decode some of the stuff we’re saying. And we’ll try and put some more stuff on dimensional science in the near future so you can understand exactly how all of that works in the quantum gravity solution. That’s it for now. Thank you very much for listening. If you want to find out more step tuned and up to date in2infinity.com, where we’ll be producing more more information as we progress through this year. Thank you very much.

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