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Topic: John Conway games of life love old and new Bob L Petersen
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 Bob L Petersen Posts: 531 From: My lawn show Registered: 12/4/04
Background Hypothesis 2.1 Particles The Monster Oh God Remainder
Posted: Mar 2, 2010 2:01 PM

2.1 Particles The Monster
Every New Formation
Ah Remainder

Bob L. Petersen

This rolls through everything. How can you get down to the next level below.

The worst I have looked at before. Einsteins equation:

( X^2 + Y^2 + Z^2 - T^2)^.5

To things make up that time.
It's clock and the universal standard time.

5 dimensional

Or something reacting to the standard has a 5 in it.

Finding it's home in the photon. Moving in one
direction carrying a field in two different
directions.

That two directions and the lack of a remainder of 1
is what will start this simple run using numbers.
After having taken a look at the Monster Group.

A truely Moby Dick Group. A group so large that
anything SPECIAL can be found within it.

How does this fit with what I've said here?

The particles have limits that make them what
they are. The restictions for the flow of what ever
moves in space are less.

More variations.

That more is the reason why it's now.

I feel it I must move now in that direction.

The search now is somewhere else somewhere where
things are much more complex.

The number in the Monster I was looking at was 17.
The one from mine was 11. It ended up being more
important.

I am trying to find reasons to reject the 19 from
the ?Bottom? Monster. But it has made on idea seem
like it needs further consideration.

If I'm cosidering space as having a higher degree of
freedom. Should the possible reactions in it be shown
by number that can be broken down as I do in more
ways.

19 When I looked at it the first.

So throught this numerical run I'm looking for
primes remainder of 2 at the level I was working on
then. I don't find it to be Moby Dick right now. Why
because there are so many questions. Remainder
interlacing chains and exchange.

I am debating is a second type of ?lock? in space
possible. With a lace that also ?Indicates? charge.

It would be the one for the ?Universe Clock? constant
Speed but moves toward large masses in large numbers.
Einstein and the warp in space.

Normally thought of as a graviton.

What is a electron sitting in the weak field of a
proton?

It's charge has disappeared and so has the protons.

If the suits and the locals here in Washington D.C.
just want to keep trying to screw with me so they can
say they're the founding fathers of Star Wars too.

It know no bounds this place has no one that believes
it shouldn't be allowed to break the LAW.

They say they would like to hand everything out
to somebody else fo they could do good thing for
everyone.

Of course they won't know how good until they've
managed to steal them.

George Lucas this monopoly wants to say it's the
only one who can decide who settle who is the best
at playing STAR WARS.

By getting rid of the original crock and appearing
to grant greatness to everybody.

Bob L. Petersen

As I mentioned the two additional Leptons I see as whats colapsing in to that state in the decay process they are born.

I had had one set of number used in one calulation that gave me the mass of the muon compared to the electron. Every particle of the strange family of mesons took a different symetre to be used to get the right answer for their mass relative to the electron.

I found the relationships between the numbers I was using. One relationship caused a problem for me. I was a good problem to have at that time though. I still do not know and it has effected my thinking. (33 30 9) Is that 9 or is that 8 + 1 of two slighty different sized number.
I hope you can understand what it could feel like to not know something. Yet feel safe knowing no body else does either.

Said simply there is no finer way or easier to get your first look.

The Tau was appearing but had not yet been given it's mass. I went hunting. My answer for the possible fit a different symetry.

Something very basic in Geometry.

At the upper end of the Strange Family.

Pre 1982.

After 1999.

I looked for the number of elements of the Monster Group Matrices in 2000. I didn't try to make any sense of the number given except it's size.

I used an idea sparked by someone writing in a old book about the nature of the determinate of a matrix. The point of interest was that the scalar for a group of possible vector belongs in that group.

I can by working with what it was possible to do with mine maybe take it finer. It will then though too still be a Sporadic.

The question involves how many ways can you arrive at this number. When your looking at something you yet don't understand.

Symetry involve things that fit.

30 = 2 x 3 x 5

33 = 3 x 11

How can they relate to one another. I just one of many ways. A number should tell you.

There is no 5 in the 33.

Unless it's made up from 3 x 5 + 2 x 3 x 3 = 33

To elements of the Monster

25 = 5 + 5

17 doesn't factor unless it's.

2 x 2 x 2 + 3 x 3 = 17 or 2 x 2 + 2 x 2 + 3 x 3 = 17

Everyone is important for me to remember. These are all done over 3 dimensions.

Another pair one from mine and one from the Monster.

2 x 3 x 5 + 3 = 33

3 x 5 + 2 = 17

Remainder are important.

The number used is the number of actions along that line. Made out of all the actions that can be.

Groups Layers ?Folds? ?Interlacing?

My original look only gave me little parts to wonder about.

It should get to be much finer but it would have to grow. Other thinks tell me that also.

Remember a Sporadic is something that you don't understand how it's generated.

Put it simply to show any particle it would have to have one element for every smallest thing that's in it. Labeled with every move it's going to make in 3 dimensions.

Really Big But Beautiful Monster

Welcome to ZION. The Matrice.

Bob L. Petersen

Why did it take so long? I was being bother be people saying they needed to steal something from me. I must make it crippled and all. Legal for this group of idiots to feed all their fellow idiots. So they could more effectively bother people.

I am in Washington D.C. where they've been at it since 2001, that I know of. How far they can find fallow idiots I can only guess.

Bob L. Petersen

Do I want to see more numbers before I hypothesis? 2

New thoughts from current checking Where are old elements?

1999 or earlier?

I NEED THE BIG RED BOOK

Griess algebra, a 196884-dimensional commutative nonassociative algebra.

Thats point toward that number for a different reason. Something is REMOVED.

The character table of the Monster, a 194-by-194 array, was calculated in 1979, before the Monster was proven.

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