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Pi, between 3.1 and 3.2

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Pi, between 3.1 and 3.2
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Okay, this is into infinity the solutions to pi. Once again, this is answers to some questions that have come in about the you have I mentioned know about 3.2 and 3.1, didn’t I? And I said, yeah, yeah. You know, between threes, 3.2 and 3.1 is where phi is where the PI ratio is. Yeah. And so, yeah, I mean, one of the things we do in infant mathematics is we can make a comparison between what happens if we knock let’s say that one out, let’s say you know, that’s 3.415, let’s say as pie. What about if we just take that one and turn it to a zero, what’s going to happen is that we’re going to affect the rest of the chain by the number by removal of the one at the front. And that’s going to reveal something about the number structure. So what we can do is we can call this pi minus naught point one and we can call that reduce pie if you like, or something like that. I sometimes write it as like a pie sign with a small r next to it as a reduced sign. Meaning we’re just taking off that one from the infinite set just to just so happens. Yep. Anyway, let’s get back to our equation. E two times. Well, we said one, I like to write it as infinity minus one, which is no point No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. You might write to write it as just one doesn’t matter too much. We can get it. And then there’s pi r after that. So that’s the reduced pi. And what actually it does it it changes the numbers you might imagine quite dramatically. We’ve actually now got a number that is 22 followed by a decimal sequence of 6899915877364. Actually, if you count all you can do is now we can just label the the decimal places one to 10. And we realise that seven, seven ends up in the 10th place. And after that, we get the number 364. So there’s a nice little nine nine there in 999 there in the third, fourth, fifth position. So we’re seeing an eight before that one before that after that, so you can see that there’s a there’s a splitting of the nines there. And so that’s the sort of thing we were looking at. So anyway, 364 at the end, okay, so in double seven, triple nine. So that’s the that’s the kind of state of play there. Let’s go back to our 25 plus a third. What we’ll do is we’ll just calculate that in and what we’ll do is we’ll subtract, let’s subtract now the result. Yeah, so we want to subtract the 22.68909. So and So, from that 25 and 1/3, which was the proposal for the pi pi solution. And what we get out is now a new number 2.643341745596284 pseudo. So, once again, we can label the, the, the steps of the up to 10 for the decimal place. So from starting at six, and notice 64 is the first to two places there. 33 comes in at the third or fourth place, which before was 999. And you can see in the fifth place, that three is broken to a four so that you see what I mean by that that triple nine has now changed to 334. So something’s happened there. We can see something’s happened now. We got one afterwards. So that’s saved no change there. But then there’s a seven four versus a five eight, in positions seven and eight, and then our doubles have gone down by two. So that’s an important aspect to look out for when we’re doing this sort of stuff. Now, if you if you notice we had 364 After the triple seven, but that’s come down to 264 and has now been placed at the start of the number. So yeah, just to sort of, in a way you could always read it backwards. 3642264 and the other seven, seven, we’ve got a three, three, you know, and so forth. And we end up there with the with the 55 in the 10th place, which would be where the de nine start. Then I start around there. Yeah. So let’s just do the next calculation then. Let’s find out what happens if we square this number just so that we can have if you think about what squaring is, is it’s taking that same number and folding it into itself so we can get an idea of what’s actually happened to them. And what we find is, when we square it, we get the number 6.9872555840 And then 154 of them after that. Yeah 154 is obviously our go to that just yet. But you can see where the 10th place we’ve got zero and 0154 For those wondering is like a universal scaling but it’s okay, I won’t go there. But you can see that the 10th position zero, whereas in the 10th position we had sevens with a pair of sevens and the pair of fives so that’s been placed with the four and a zero okay, so, so we can see there is that when we come to the fifth and sixth and seventh place, which was the end of the nines there has been turned that nine has now been turned into a bunch of fives. Yeah. So if we can remember that when we get to it, if we were to get to a succinct place of all fives, that would be exactly the midpoint of the infinity of the infinite set of the break. But if we look at here, what’s this number here? We’ve got the number six and the offer actually goes 987. It should be section 98765. And then, and then you can see for an m zero. Can you see what’s happened? There seems to be like a kind of break here, where the number two is coming and replace the number six and now that number five is just suddenly nearly 25% to five. Yeah, that number five is now split into a series of fives. Which means that basically that upsets the rest of the balance of everything else. So what we can see there and once again is base 10, isn’t it? Yeah, the base 10 system has a tendency not to want to produce numbers 987654321 there’s a break in the in the equation. And if we find the reciprocal of naught point 987654321 What we find out is actually one over 124 Let’s say no, no, no, no nine into infinity. There’s one over 1.0 Sorry, one over 1.02. Sorry, I’ll say that again. It’s a one, the reciprocal value is of 987654321 is one over 1.0125. So what you’re seeing here, actually, it isn’t one to five is actually one to four infinity of nines. So it could be one to five obviously, if it was a rounded up, but it’s not infinite maths and we see that the forest changed to a five less what’s happened, isn’t it? We’ve got we’ve only got as far as three fives, and then suddenly 840. And so you can see what’s happened there that break in the infinity because of the nature of our base systems is causing a disruption in the wave. And that’s all it is. Apart from that. It’s a very smooth wave. We can show that pi is a very smooth wave is a data direct wave. It’s not a curvature or anything like that. It is merely our our base systems interfering. Yeah. And so what I’m what I’m trying to point out there is that these there’s a methodology whereby we can do something to the number pi, you know, apart from you know, just try and multiply that we can actually knock a number out of it. Yeah, we knocked the first number off. Then what happens? It takes down to 22. You might notice that 6.9876543 Yeah, it’s very, very close to to the number 22 over seven, isn’t it? 23 over seven Pi number. Look at the number before 22.6. You can see where the six is missing is replaced by two. So you can see there’s a swap around there isn’t a and there’s a little bit what the verse is sort of makes your head spin the mathematics of infinity and you think I’m just talking kind of like gibberish, but actually there is sense to the numbers once you start to understand how the Infinity works with 999. And, you know, and how I broke off through that, that how you know how we’re distorting the number for the numbers basically, and a part of that is a little bit intuitive towards understanding, you know, kind of how these breaks are occurring and they’re occurring quite early obviously. Because we’re only using Base 10 in the number system. And that means that what happens is it just disintegrates in something or we just we just can’t understand it. We just think it’s a random long an infinite number. But actually in base infinity, each one of these is a different shape, just so we’d have different shapes devolving into a circle from like a triangle all the way through to a circle. There’s an infinite number of sided shapes. And so the same sort of thing goes, you know, we just don’t perceive those shapes as being shapes and we don’t count the sides and they just eventually becomes a circle to us. Yeah. And so that’s the kind of similar sort of thing with numbers as well. But actually, when you go to the mathematics of infinity, what we’re actually looking at we can actually compensate compensate for this lack of our visual awareness, shall we say, our visual cognition by just comparing the signature waves and we will talk more about signature waves in quite a lot of detail because we use that a lot in fourth dimensional mathematics to Quine. Try and qualify some of this stuff. What I’m doing at the moment is trying to just give you a quantize formed fourth dimensional mathematics lightly quantized form. Normally we use the vortex mathematics for that sort of stuff. And when we move to the non quantized stuff, we will be looking at infinity signatures, the signatures of infinity that make particular numbers. As it turns out, once we get into fourth dimensional mathematics, all numbers make no sense. As we said, all algebra makes no sense. X can equal anything, but actually underneath the x there is a real number that won’t move from the equation. And it’s that that number that’s the real number that won’t move that we can sort of start to work with as it has numbers disintegrate through to that number we can create a curvature and we can repair those curvatures to other numbers that will go through the same steps in ordinance so we count in ordinance rather than number. Okay, so that’s, we’ll have a little look at insignia, these infinity signatures shortly, but that’s just to give you a little bit of an update on on another technique we use to investigate the infinite nature of pie. That kind of shows us what’s going on. And once again, I hope that has clarified a few things for those are interested. Yes. 125 is five to the power of three. That’s it. Yep, six plus. Yes, that’s right. You got it. And there it is, and so everything at the end of it just works out to be kind of like a logic that we can understand. But we can’t perfect, but that’s okay in quantized in quantize reality, we can just we look at it from enough directions will start happening as we start to build the picture of where the inadequacies of our of our number systems such as based systems where we have to limit the number start to come into effect. And that way we can compensate for the base system and then come up with pure number ratios for these things. And that changes them from being transcendent to non transcendent. Okay, thank you very much for listening. We’ll have more updates for you soon. This has been calling power broadcasting for into infinity. And yeah, it’s been great, the your to have keep those questions rolling in. And we’ll catch up with you very shortly.

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