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Topic: Kirby and the fractions
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 frank zubek Posts: 222 Registered: 5/12/09
Kirby and the fractions
Posted: Aug 6, 2013 3:47 PM
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I have been watching this debate, and my golly, fascinating.

Mr. Hansen made a comment;
6/12, 50/100 and other examples generally referred to as 1/2 and this made me think what I have been singing for years.
Kirby when I say 6/48 = .125
or 9/78 = .125
well this clearly means that YOUR cube as well all the accounting is indeed 2 frequency.
What is also puzzling, you always mentioning me smoking lack of oxygen making my comments wrong but really how weak this is regarding mathematics, you also complaining my accent, how weak
such comments are regarding mathematics, well lets see I know you speak more than just English just like I do I speak few languages, so accent is not the problem if that would be the case I have suggested to you ASK Alan he knows all your synergetics is WRONG, he knows ALL my numbers are correct along with all the demos, so if the accent of mine is so hard to decipher why if you really want to know why don't you ask Alan, or Steve, ask THEM "hey guys Frank is saying something but I have hard time to follow, where is Frank RIGHT ? and synergetics WRONG?".
But you wont do that, because deep inside you know exactly where and what is wrong. to bad I have no time to chat have better things at hand but as you know I will when I find it appropriate.
A 72 module cube is two frequency because it contains 8 cubes each = 9 modules 72/8=9, it can not be modeled but than very few things can be modeled in synergetics, and this is NOT a attribute rather a handicap

Date Subject Author
8/6/13 frank zubek
8/7/13 kirby urner

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