Author Topic: Do you really know what 3, 6 and 9 stand for?  (Read 759 times)

Offline Downunder35m

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Do you really know what 3, 6 and 9 stand for?
« on: August 13, 2018, 05:19:03 AM »
I am working on a little, "interactive Ebook" that I hope to post here before the month is over.
In short words it would the attempt to try linking math to nature.
In a longer sense I make a lot more connection and end with a focus on electricity, well, more or less...
Hoping it will be at least a little bit interesting to read and maybe even entertaining I realised that a bit more insight might be a good idea.

It all started when, multiple times, I stumbled upon quotes from Nikola Tesla that the numbers 3, 6 and 9 would be the most important numbers we know.
Understanding them, their relations and what they really stand for would be like understanding the universe itself.
So I thought that might be nice material for a little fictional story to distract me from coils, drivers and toploads while waiting on parts.
Problem is with more research, more calculations and drawings I started to get the feeling it might be more than just a story.
Working on it now for about 3 years, on and off of course.
Started several times fully over too when I realised new insights rendered old stuff totally nonsense.
But just to give you a little look, like a blink of your eye:
I realised the relation between the metric and imperial system and from where it orininated.
I realised why a clock has 12 hours.
I realised why our computers only use the binary system and why quantum computers would not be the solution but only the next step.
And I might have also realised why we simply won't understand any "language" of our animals.

All this however is only based on my findings and what I think is still a bit real, considering how it all makes your head spin.
To make it more interactive I though I would ask if anyone here played with 369 before and has some examples or insight I might have missed?
What did you find out?
At what point did you give up and why?
Did you find the "missing" link between 369 and the Fibonacci sequence?
I mean it is really obvious why we started to and still use AC to get our electricity around the world.
Same for the relation of 369 to the rest of the numbers.
But what exactly is 9 in nature?

If no clue or you never bothered to think about then please wait for the first revision of my "interactive Ebook" !
I would love to base future revisions not only on my insights but also on yours after reading and playing with it.
As it is and maybe always will be a work in progress, reader feedback would make it truely interactive, so once I post it please at least consider reading it for fun and to waste some time when you are really bored ;)

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Re: Do you really know what 3, 6 and 9 stand for?
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2018, 09:58:56 AM »
18 pages, font size 12, 39 chapters so far...
I have the right numbers, I have relations, I have conclusions, I have "proof".
3.3.3.
I need the 6 as more than a result of mathematical relations from what I have so far.
330 chapters more to reach the 9.
The remaining chapters must be equal in numbers but also add up or relate to 6 and 9 to come to the right conclusion and understand math as a language.
The relations to next sets of chapters and pages should result in harmony and proper realtions.
Maybe 1/4 and 3/4 ? ;)
Or with a pattern like the Fibonacci sequence?
Maybe a combination with PI, but then it would be too cryptic, if you know what I mean ;)
Maybe I realise my patters for the first 39 chapters was flawed once I can make more connections and relations to form a more complete picture?
Einstein was right, it all is RELATIVE....

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Re: Do you really know what 3, 6 and 9 stand for?
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2018, 12:21:41 PM »
I have large issues with something like this as the discussions, books, websites, forums etc. are twirled into a large amount of religious context, references and/or reaches into the pseudoscience field.

Relations and pattern seeking is not really mind blowing, since there is always exceptions but more than often all the exceptions are left out and only the relations that add up are listed.

Extraordinary claims needs extraordinary proofs. This is also why rule #1 for this forum is what it is. https://highvoltageforum.net/index.php?topic=31.0



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Re: Do you really know what 3, 6 and 9 stand for?
« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2018, 01:23:08 PM »
Numbers in science need to be put in contexts, like e.g. 3 is the dimensionality of space or 6 the symmetry of snowflakes. Numbers loose their meaning, once they are pulled out of these contexts. It's a bit like Douglas Adams story about the big computer, which was given the task to compute the answer to the biggest question of all questions. After million years of computing it came up with the answer: 42.  ;)

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Re: Do you really know what 3, 6 and 9 stand for?
« Reply #4 on: August 16, 2018, 06:19:25 AM »
And for electricity in harmony and resonance it means there is no loss, there is no chaos.
And in a resonant system all energies would amplify.

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