Jon Slaughter wrote: > > .. > > This is a quite from <a href="http://geodyne.com/schillinger/index.html#top:">http://geodyne.com/schillinger/index.html#top:</a> > > "Music has remained in the dark, without geometric form, because we still > refer to C as 1 instead of zero. Geometry begins with 0, not 1. With C as 0, > coherent visual form ensues. The twelve notes in our primary selective > system are used because 12 is the most versatile number; 12 is the smallest > number with the most divisors." > > Now, as an "advanced" mathematician, does that make sense to you? If it > does, then your not as advanced as you think.
The arrogance of "our"; which of the worlds many and diverse musical cultures does that refer to?
0 would seem to be the smallest (non-negative) number with the most divisors--assuming that that phrase means anything.