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Topic: Aaron's PI Formula
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 stew Posts: 2 From: Ireland Registered: 10/25/07
Aaron's PI Formula
Posted: Oct 25, 2007 3:21 PM

There is this Formula "x/pi+666" which is related to Future probabilities 'amazing', that Aaron created and I'm trying to decode/understand it! so maybe the pros could take a look and help me by posting a simply explanation on how this formula works related to pi. for a excel working version email sshephard@gmail.com more text (below)...here it is:
PS ( ___ ) are just for spacing.)

xx____x x/pi+666____x/pi-666____(x+666)/pi____(x-666)/pi

724_______896_______-436_______442_______18
742_______902_______-430_______448_______24
274_______753_______-579_______299_______-125
247_______745_______-587_______291_______-133
472_______816_______-516_______362_______-62
427_______802_______-530_______348_______-76

My hat goes off to anyone who figures this out...good luck

It seems too simple because that is exactly what it is. At least at first glance. Visitors will see an X over pi, within parenthesis, followed by a plus sign and the numbers 666. As you look at the formula for a while, you begin to realize that it seems incomplete. It isn't exactly an algebra problem because there is no equal sign. You can't get a number for the X by backward arithmetic. So what does it mean? Aaron says the formula is "a time machine for the human brain. It is simple. And yet humans will be able to use it to see future events and even see future numbers."

Date Subject Author
10/25/07 stew
11/6/08 inhahe