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Ion Vulcanescu

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Registered: 12/3/04
Invalidation of PI Value of the Science of Mathematics
Posted: Apr 22, 2003 11:43 PM
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This Invalidation of PI Value was obtained following the historical
available scientific data seen as:

"THE KEY TO CABALA was said to be the geometrical relation of the area
of a Circle inscribed in a Square, or of the Sphere inscribed in a
Cube"
(Source:"Secrets of the Great Pyramid" by Peter Tompkins, Page 260)

"...the Scotish and Irish acres are relatted to each other and to the
basic Anglish acre as a Square to an inscribed Circle"
(Source:"Secrets of the Great Pyramid " by Peter Tompkins, Page 74)

Now,follow the presentation:
(a) PI Value of the Science of Mathematics = 3.141592654..
(b) PI Value of the AMERICAN CIVILIZATION'S GEOMETRY = 3.146264371..

The Illusory Equilibriums seen as 1.5

PI Value of the Science of Mathematics:
Cube (edge=2) Volume =2
Sphere (radius = 1)Volume inscribed in this Cube =4.188790205
(Ratio between them =1.909859317)

Square Primeter (side=2) = 8
Circle (Radius=1) Circ. = 6.283185307...
(Ratio between them =1.273239545)

Ratio between 1.909859317/1.273239545 = 1.5

PI Value of the AMERICAN CIVILIZATION'S GEOMETRY
Cube (edge=2) Volume = 8
Sphere (radius =1) Volume inscribed in this Cube = 4.19501916
(Ratio between them = 1.907023471)

Square Perimeter (side=2) = 8
Circle (Radius = 1) Circ. = 6.292528742...
(Ratio between them = 1.271348981...)

Ratio between 1.907023471/1.271348981 = 1.5

Verification of the Cube Volume by a Sphere Volume inscribed in it,
and by ratio of 1.5

Sphere Volume of the PI Value of the Science of Mathematics:
4.188790205 x 1. 5 6.283185308...

Sphere Volume of the PI Value of the AMERICAN CIVILIZATION'S GEOMETRY
4.1905019161 X 1.5 = 6.292528742...

WARNING ! WARNING ! WARNING !

A Cube to be a Cube must have all its edges perpendicular on each
other.The Cube presented here has the edges of 2 thus its Base
Diagonal plus Volme Diagonal would be 6.292528742..

LOOK NOW ABOVE ...
Only the Sphere Volume of PI Value of the AMERICAN CIVILIZATION'S
GEOMETRY correctly inscribes in the Cube of Base Diagonal plus Volume
Diagonal equal to 6.292528742...

This indicates that the Sphere Volume of PI Value of the Science of
Mathematics while inscribes in "her" Cube...has such considered Cube
not a Cube (its Base Diagonal plus Volume Diagonal are less than
6.292528742...) but...a Prism.

See also the other message posted here today:
Invalidation of Calculus through "DNA Concept",

Source:
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION'S GEOMETRY
(The Prosecution File of the Civilization)
Copyright 2001 by Ion Vulcanescu
ISBN # 1-889124-06-0
US Library of Congress # TX 5-424-946/2001

Contact Address:
Mr Ion Vulcanescu - Philosopher
Independent Researcher in Geometry
Author,Editor and Publisher
125 Main Street, POB-166
Hurleyville, NY 12747
Telephone/Fax 845-434-1324
The United States of America

Note:
(a)The above book is recorded with the academies of science of
Sweden,France,Great Britain, Spain, Mexic, Australia, Japan,
Romania,Italy, etc.

(b) Reproduction of this scientific data ie permitted under the Fair
Use Act of the International Copyright Laws, but with indication of
this Source as the Origin.

(c)This PI Value obtained (and yearly succesive copyrighted since
1989) was sustained as GEOMETRICALY CORRECT by a Team of NASA Seniors
who during 1991 for political reasons were sillenced by then USA
President George Bush.

(d) The scientific data posted here is to answer to the calls as to
make public the research data.






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