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# The Art of Counting TIME

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The Art of Counting TIME

[ Mathematics / Physics / Engineering ]
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As the research done on the paper titled: "The Number '1'", which
yielded the following results:
WHAT passes through this PERFECT MIRROR, PI , that reflects off , PI to
give
"a mirror image of " PI known as: "The Number '1'?

The Number '1' IS TIME.

The Number '1' occurs in every number and its progression [ series,
sequence, cycle ] is what is known as "Science".
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Since "Science" is defined as "The progression of The Number 1", for
the following (and for sake of simplicity), let us define the value
that:
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TIME = "1".

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Let us then add TIME to "itself".

When this operation is carried out, we arrive at the following
sequence:

TIME + "1" = 1

1 + "1" = 2

2 + "1" = 3

3 + "1" = 5

5 + "1" = 7

7 + "1" = 11

11 + "1" = 13
..

etc.

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The series known as "PRIME Numbers" emerges as a result of : "Counting
TIME" or adding the PRIME Number "1" to itself or adding TIME to itself
which is also:

To count the number of 'coincidences' OR same - time - occurrences of
The Number '1'.

This series goes to infinity and acts as a PRIMER or "KEY" to unlocking
the trancendental number known as: PI.

Keith Thompson
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> The Art of Counting TIME
>
> [ Mathematics / Physics / Engineering ]

[snip]

Please don't post this stuff to comp.lang.c. This newsgroup discusses
the C programming language. Your article, regardless of its validity,
is off-topic and unwelcome.

(I tried replying by e-mail, but "" is not a

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Ian Collins
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 01-21-2007
Keith Thompson wrote:
>
> Please don't post this stuff to comp.lang.c. This newsgroup discusses
> the C programming language. Your article, regardless of its validity,
> is off-topic and unwelcome.
>
> (I tried replying by e-mail, but "" is not a
>

Another plea to ignore OT spam, yet another case of a message NIN
filtered out!

--
Ian Collins.

Keith Thompson
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Ian Collins <ian-> writes:
> Keith Thompson wrote:
> > Please don't post this stuff to comp.lang.c. This newsgroup discusses
> > the C programming language. Your article, regardless of its validity,
> > is off-topic and unwelcome.
> >
> > (I tried replying by e-mail, but "" is not a
> >

> Another plea to ignore OT spam, yet another case of a message NIN
> filtered out!

Since I haven't seen it in any other newsgroups, I thought there was a
decent chance the OP might see my followup (and a smaller chance he'll
pay attention).

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Keith Thompson (The_Other_Keith) kst- <http://www.ghoti.net/~kst>
San Diego Supercomputer Center <*> <http://users.sdsc.edu/~kst>
We must do something. This is something. Therefore, we must do this.