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Topic:
The meaning of 1?
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Last Post:
Oct 8, 2001 6:26 PM




Re: The meaning of 1?
Posted:
Oct 5, 2001 12:15 PM


Kenny,
you can see the rest of the story useing euler math or orton physics.
the reciprocal of the square root of 1 euler real and imaginary parts:
PI 3.14159265358979 3.14159265358979 / 2 = 1.5707963267949 Exp(1.5707963267949) watch sign. = 0.207879576350762 1/(0.207879576350762) = 4.81047738096535 * 2 = 9.6209547619307 + 0.207879576350762 = 9.82883433828147
orton physics:
ref.:
http://www.fhniederrhein.de/~physik07/knobelecke/k_dorton.htm
orton postulate 14.
proof:
a).
299792458 (C) (limited by compression regulation of accelerated expansion).
/ 2573380 (Nw) (WALES NUMBER), intellectual property of Mike Wales.
(1/alpha^3
= 116.49754719474 (lead parameter of (uncurved), compressed light for reference).
* 3.14159265358979 (pi)
= 365.987838428225 (earth spin approximation (uncompressed) (lag ratio of spin vector absorption)).
/ 2 = 182.993919214113 (1/2 action of earth orbit).
* 0.75 (triangulum reciprocal of 4/3)
= 137.245439410585 (1/alpha (uncompressed)
 137.035989561 (1/alpha) (compressed) (codata)
= 0.209449849585 (triangulum regenerative orthogonal positive curvature resultant).
b).
cosecant relation to vector.
(Csc(0.209449849585))
=4.8095003974497 (1/2 (g) approximation computed during half spin).
*2=9.6190007948994 .
+0.209449849585 (necessary lead/lag derivative).
12 degree = .20943951023932 radian (plane angle)
9.8284506444844 (g) outward spherical regenerative acceleration approximation.
(8) Proves positive regenerative curvature in every direction and with mean outward approximation of regenerative acceleration resultant related to spin component. Each particle is involved and each has its own barycenter.
(C/Nw)*pi=is the cubic vector geometry necessary to synchronize earth time (spin vector) which determines the relative length of a second and the very meter of linear relative measurement (Galileo), the one meter isochron pendulum. This reveals non relativistic compatibility of time synchronization before relativistic compression.
(9) Now I can see actions and measure things (geometry) that are not apparent due to continuous compression and were and are the hidden facts of nature. This knowledge led to my revealing alpha as 1/alpha measures and reveals the curvature of the force vector of the continuous energy needed to continue the fifth force itself regeneratively, plus all of the actions (all action), it causes, including the very real reaction to it which is regenerative accelerated proportional expansion which shows compression regulates regeneratively the invariant time passing during all or any action and is the only true measurement of massenergy (Me), itself and is an indisputable law of nature in any language.
this is intellectual property of: David Orton 049323467 U.S.A. December 4, 1998
"Kenny" <kenny.thomas@easynet.co.uk> wrote in message news:<_Q4v7.34128$uM2.5007609@monolith.news.easynet.net>... > "Steve Leibel" <stevel@bluetuna.com> wrote in message > news://stevel6A463F.16582804102001@nyctyp01.rdcnyc.rr.com... > > In article <2y2v7.34104$uM2.4979347@monolith.news.easynet.net>, > > "Kenny" <kenny.thomas@easynet.co.uk> wrote: > > > > > I posted this in the physics group and got no reply. I'd like to know > where > > > I'm going wrong in my thinking. Take 1 to span our dimension, and 1 to > span > > > all dimensions. A variant number can span all dimensions. 1 is all that > > > exists in the past and present. > > > > > > 1 is invariant in our reality. > > > > > > If your question is to find out where your thinking is going wrong, this > > is a good place to start. What does "1 is invariant in our reality" > > mean? Whose reality? Yours? Mine? Newton's? Plato's? Archimedes > > Plutonium's? > > > > What do you mean by the statement, "1 is invariant?" Is 2 invariant? > > Is 14 invariant? Sqrt(2)? > > > > Your statement has no meaning that I can discern. I would therefore > > say that this is the point where your thinking is going wrong. > > > > 1 spans all dimensions? Ok using 1, how do I get from St. Louis to > > Des Moines? And from Des Moines to Pluto? > > I know I'm not too descriptive saying what I mean, that's why I want > questions. Much appreciated. > 1 in our reality is the concept of 1, *you* know what 1 means. Only beings > that have the ability to conceptualise 1 will realise that it is invariant > through mathematical proof rather than learning that it is by rote. > 1 is invariant means that 1 stays the same if you raise it by a power that > is positive. Raising it by a negative power is just performing an operation > that is not possible in the real world, only in mathematics. Real numbers > other than 1 are not invariant, but they can only be affected by > transformations using other variant numbers (not 1) > 1 spans all dimensions means that it is the opposite to the number on which > *our* mathematics is based. If we take the number 1 to mean everything that > we can conceptualise, then 1 is everything that we can't. > We span one dimension (space) at right angles to time. We can't > conceptualise time without a reference frame, therefore we cannot directly > perceive it and can't really consider it a dimension in our reality, as it > is a result of our reality. I assume that 1 spans all dimensions, of which > ours is just the product of i^2. There are dimensions below, which are not > perceivable, but their effects are. Those above, we can use existing > equations to predict with accuracy, those below, only by using probability. > > I do appreciate your input. I have only just recently got into math again, > after quitting my degree course ages ago. I wish to go back, but with a > deeper understanding of what it means. I'm not a "Kook", merely interested > in new ideas. > > Kenny.



