Hello,

I noticed your group of people have understood that 2 and 3 do not fit in the pattern they create for the other primes.

I also noticed this about 13 years ago.

It took me up to a few weeks ago to be able to put the right words to it. Except 2 and 3, prime are

the numbers before and after 6n without their square and products

I will publish this shortly in a mathematical journal. And on the 23th of octobre I will present this…

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I think I have found the rule that explains, not exactly doubling, but increment patterns of the decimal sequences. It just needs elaboration and tuning.

For reciprocal primes below 10, for example 1/7 substract 7 from 10 and use it as an increment base:

Sum[(10-7)^(n-1)/10^n, {n, 1, Infinity}] = Sum[3^(n-1)/10^n, {n, 1, Infinity}]

=> 0.142857...

Or the beginning of the iteration:…

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Grieve"s Twin Prime Conjecture, by John Grieve

Points of Symmetry/ Work in Progress

Goldbach's Conjecture which states that all even numbers greater than 6 can be expressed as the sum of two odd primes, implies that every number greater than 3 is equidistant from two odd primes.( For example, if 20 equals 7 13 then 10 is equidistant from 7 and 13).

This of course applies to prime numbers themselves, so we can say (if Goldbach is correct) that every prime…

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1/7 has a repeating pattern as we know: .142857

This can be seen also as a doubling of 7 with two decimal slot addition:

07.14 28 56 112 224 448 896 ->…

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I just realized, why all modulos has a repeating patterns in Fibonacci sequence. It is because every prime number has a repeating cycle on the sequence. 72 first Fibonacci numbers has 63 prime divisors and they appear in certain index of the Fibonacci sequence.

{0: 1, -> number 1 is a divisor for all numbers

2: 3, -> number 2 repeats every third position

3: 4, -> number 3 repeats every fourth position. thus number 6 will repeat every 12 position

5:…

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Reducing fibonacci sequence by mirroring its digital root 9 pattern:

1 1 2 3 5 8 4 3 7 1 8 9

8 8 7 6 4 1 5 6 2 8 1 9

- - - - - - - - - - - -

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Vertical grouping:

1 8 9 A

1 8 9 A

2 7 9 B

3 6 9 C

5 4 9 D

8 1 9 A-

4 5 9 D-

3 6 9 C

7 2 9 B-

1 8 9 A

8 1 9 A-

9 9 …

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I try to collect here historical writings of the subject relating to Vortex based matematics.

*Refutation of All Heresies* by Hippolytus of Rome from early third century, Book 4, chapter 14. System of Aritmeticians is described there with an interesting notation to Number 9 root monad modulation as well as root 7 MOD:

"Those, then, that conduct their calculations according to the rule of the number nine, take the ninth part of the aggregate number of…

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See the blog site for that post about the Rodin Coil.

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I wonder if people have made research about doubling the area (and maybe the volume) and related number patterns? Next table (missing footer part of the whole) is a demonstration of the calculus of the doubling with square root 2. I find few interesting patterns over there that brings to the very basics of reduced number sequences of 1*2*3*4*5*6*7.…

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It hard to get calculators doing decent job with fraction numbers that has lots of digits, like 1/49. So I had to find out some methods to calculate it by hand. And this is what I found:

http://blogannath.blogspot.fi/2010/06/vedic-mathematics-lesson-51-recurring.html

Recurring decimals on fraction numbers and their cyclic nature. Here it is shown, that there are…

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http://jonedae.wordpress.com/2012/12/25/overview-of-our-electric-universe/

December 25, 2012 by …

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http://jonedae.wordpress.com/2012/11/10/plasmaelectric-universe-and-the-okidanokh/

Note that this was the first time that these subjects were looked at together online; Mr. Will Mesa very soon plagiarized our idea (mine and Jae's) and started a blog of his own with a very similar name. He later denied it.

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http://jonedae.wordpress.com/2012/12/12/plasma-science-and-the-okidanokh/

December 12, 2012 by …

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http://jonedae.wordpress.com/2013/09/27/plasmaelectric-universe-and-the-okidanokh-update/

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http://jonedae.wordpress.com/2013/09/09/plasmaelectric-universe-and-the-okidanokh-continued/

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Digital roots of doubling sequence are 1,2,4,8,7,5 in modulo 9. But what if we change modulo and try to see patterns, how significant they are compared to modulo 9?… |

Added by Marko Manninen on July 22, 2013 at 5:30pm — 2 Comments

Hello, my first post here.

The existing VBM model with the 3-9-6 open-ended means an inherently unstable structure. By joining the 6 and 3 to form a triangle, then a tetrad and imaging the whole object rotating in space around it's 9 or "O" axis. The 3 and 6 then fold inside the shape. The structure underlying this is a hexagon, one slice of the Vector Equilibrium. If we consider the 9 (or "O") axis as a vortex, then it fuses at the top and fizzes out at…

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I made a simple tool with mathematica for creating the standard multiplication table. Let me know I you have any wishes for additional features (or I there are any problems). I will also try to add more an more features. Enjoy!

(You will need the free…

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- Primes in simple words
- Doubling sequence of the reciprocal primes ie. cyclic numbers demystified
- Grieve's Twin Prime Conjecture
- Doubling again with multitudes and fractions of seven
- Every prime number divisor in fibonacci has a repeating cycle
- Half way mirrored digital root 9 pattern of fibonacci sequence
- Historical appearences of the Vortex based math

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