post them all please

>>5234276no sound lmao

>>5234274>beginning of the Fibonacci sequence>1 1 2 3...>3rd square is clearly 4 times the starting size and not 2I'm not watching this schizoshit

Bumping for interest, I would love to know if there are more in this series.

>>5234274Source on where this is from?

>>5234274Has it always had music in the background?

>>5235444Found this in the archive, but not sure if this is the original upload of the video. Doubtful.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZK1VBjneCbA

>>5235444if you like this stuff yo ushould pick up the book quadrivium.

>>5234848I had this as a video tape

>>5234274Man I've been looking for the source of these for years. i only had the Moon to Earth ratio one. The one second post anon made.thank you.>Mystic Maths.

>>5239185Mathemagical !

>>5234801the radii of the arcs, anon...

bump

>>5234848>mom sent me this video yesterday>mom might use 4chanuhhh hi mom

>>5234276>>5234841>>5234842>>5234843>>5234845None of these have sound you retard

>>5244754does this thread offend you somehow?

Does anyone have a source on all the videos?

>>5244975I've been looking for genuinely years. I've never seen them with sound except the OP one. If anyone has a source I will genuinely paypal you 3 dollars. do with taht info what you will.

>>5245502I assume you've found the single youtube video of OPs first one? It was uploaded in 2020 by colouroboros, but I'm sure it's not the original source

We need to comb the internet for this. Did they make anymore or was it just those 2? Could've swore i've seen 1 more

>>5235444>>5235622check and check444 is gematria for migdash, or temple in hebrew22 letters in hebrew alphabetcheck these videos out if you are interested or want to get more clips for new webmshttps://youtu.be/DHhgLnIvuAshttps://archive.org/details/secrets-in-plain-site-2https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAHbhcBdQjEthe story in the book of John where the disciples catch 153 fish is much deeper than many realize

>>5247113that doesn't line up with anything. wtf are you doing?

>>5247135

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7oyZGW99os

>>5235444i remember some anon revealing in a "webm thread for other boards" (if i remember correctly) that these are cutscenes from a game and that the anon ridiculed the other anon who posted them for not maintaining the correct order sorry i cannot point you to the source in a better way

>>5248508What kind of video game would contain these? baffling. Do you remember what year you saw that thread?

>>5244783Retards can't handle beauty in mathematics.

>>5244783>>5250516The implication is divine design in mathematics/reality, which enrages atheist redditors even more than usual because they see it as religious encroaching of their sacred "science".

>>5234274Sorry no webmhttps://odysee.com/@Inspector_Norf:1/Eternal:5e7

>>5234274>>5234276>>5234841>>5234842>>5234843>>5234845These videos are so nicely made, it would be awesome to find the original creator.

>>5234848my dad had torrented some donald duck cartoons for me to watch when i was a kid, and i remember being so bored with that particular episode.

Boring ass number theory crap. I much prefer the far more extensible powers of differential geometry and abstract algebra

>>5244140Hi sweetie.

>>5251046The atheists in your head don't exist. You are grossly overgeneralizing. The kinds of atheists that end up doing math or science professionally see themselves as the inheritors of the enlightenment and the continuation of what was once "Christian" like the work done by Newton, Francis Bacon, or other such "christian" philosophers and scientists of old.

>>5256768>Dumb people don't exist.>Smart people are different anyway.Found the salty redditor. Go back.

>>5234274

>>5256779I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you are trying to bait.

>>5256748Mom I've told you already but I wish to tell you again. That passionfruit mousse was so fucking good. I love you.

>>5255968

bamp

bomp

>>5262270It's dead, Jim. This website isn't what it used to be.

fucking captcha, i forgot i had to do that to post. Here u guys go. A favorite.

>>5244603give me the sauce and I remake them with sound right here and now

>>5262817Perfection

>>5234276The sun is much more than 400 times bigger than the moon.

>>5262350someone got a link to the full video?

>>5263198https://www.bitchute.com/video/imgmTyBPEv7w/

>>5263198look up Inspector Norf

>>5263251>Inspector Norfi heard he died...

>>5263913Vax takes another

>>5244783>>5251046you guys are fucking retarded, kek

>>5255968true>>5258915glownigger

>>5256617is that the actul music vid

>>5263163No, it isn't.2160 (approx. diameter of the Moon) x 400 = 864,000 (approx. diameter of the Sun)

>>5234842Why is it calculating the Earth's perimeter as if the Earth is a square?

>>5262350Meh. Been to Caldey Island and it's just full of pedo monks and tourists.

>>5264683are they all traveling at the same speed?

>>5264672For one, the Earth’s diameter is used to calculate the perimeter of the square.And traditionally the square represents the physical realm we call Earth, with its 4 seasons, 4 cardinal directions, 4 classical elements, etc.

>>5264571both me

>>5234801excellent bait. But on that note, I believe all really intelligent people will have a period in their life where they think "am i going schizo".When you're really intelligent you notice patterns, when you're tired, overworked, this noticing can go a bit haywire.If you're really intelligent and you think you might be going crazy your probably need some sleep and to hang out with some friends or talk to a family member about the weather.

>>5256840How can a mathlet ever hope to understand? Is it over for us if we didn't study math to any real extent in school

>>5263163remember not to confuse diameter, viewed size, volume, density and composition with eachother.in this instance, diameter as experienced from our POV is what the measurement is about.

>>5256617>Drop sugar cube in water>Water molecules rip apart

>>5234274> "The Creation of Adam" perfectly fits the golden ratio perfectly so long as we arbitrarily crop out part of Adam's elbow

>>5273365>>5247169

KNOT THEORYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DBhTXM_Br4Whoa.

>>5263163The sun and the moon are the exact same size. The majority of astrology is just mathematics based apon mathematics with no real world measurements.

>>5274791>half of the research into knot theory is just figuring out how to tell apart and relate different knots consistently.lol

>>5234274The word 'math' is singular. 'Maths' is incorrect. You think you're cute? You probably think 'feets' is also cute. Fuck you.

>>5274876there's mathematics which can be shortened to maths

>humans make up imaginary shit to understand the world>midwits are amazed when it fits things within he worldWoah...

>>5278316A fictionalist, I see...

>>5266707Anybody with average intelligence and high-school level math (algebra and a bit of trig) could understand all the math in that vid within a year or two, if they spent a couple hours a day on it.

>>5245796

awesome thread

>>5284132what's at the center of the sun spiral?

>>5286224Sirius B aka The Dark Star (brown dwarf, invisible to naked eye)Also absent in the graphic is Sol's binary partner -- Sirius A, The Dog Star (brightest star in night sky) -- spiraling in opposition to SolOne ring of that spiral is 25,920 years, so one degree of 360 rotation is 72 years. That spiral is what's responsible for the precession of the equinoxes and the progression of the Yugas, the seasons of our Solar system (as real as winter/spring/summer/autumn but on a much longer timescale)

>>5286301>Sirius B>Sirius B is a white dwarf companion of the brightest star in the night sky, Sirius A. It orbits Sirius every 50 years and has a mass of 1.018 solar masses.sounds unlikely

>>5286304>50 yearsThat's Sirius C. Sirius C orbits Sirius A every 50.1 yearsSol (our sun) and Sirius A orbit super-heavy brown dwarf Sirius B every 25,920 years

>>5286313

>>5286324

>>5286328This one has a nice finale>original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFbyQaiqL1c>I cut out one constant between parts 1 and 2 because it was a bit meh

>>5286309shut up i want a serious answer

>>5287387We know.>seethe

>>5287439>We know.>wethen why post bullshit? is it your job?

is there really so little on this topic?

>>5264572kindahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6AFWXRqjes

>>5286342this is the most coherent shizo rambling Ive seenwtf is this magic

>>5279384

>>5257324Wait until you try my bearded clam, you're gonna love it. Dad already had some, and he said it tasted great.

>>5244783i thought it's mystic maths thread. this pose does look pretty mysterious

>>5244754nature is beautfiul

>>5287439How did ancient Egyptians know we were going to use the international system of units and what coordinate system?

>>5295848because those aren't arbitrary systemslook at the world map based on the coordinates written down by ptolemy. he is using degrees, longitude and latitudetime is divided by the same base 60 system as the degrees and a seconds pendulum has the length of about 1 meter

>>5286342

>>5256782how is e connected to a circle wtf

>>5299834>how is infinity connected to a circle

>>5279384So what is this shit, i don't understand

>>5299849It's a graphic representation of the doubling series that is central to vortex based math (VBM)And VBM is key to understanding ether, as popularized by Nikola Tesla's famous 3-6-9 statement, said to be the key to "free energy"Intro 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pvuTZ5u6KgIntro 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Oc2j0TOefMA literal Ted Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pvuTZ5u6Kg>also ref Marko Rodin

>>5299946cheers

>>5299946

>>5234274source?

>>5302081there is no

>>5301224Wtf is this real

>>5295848Everybody has divided by base 60 since literally forever. Nobody quite knows why, we did it cos the Romans did it, they did it cos the Phoenicians did it, and they did it cos the Mesopotamians did it.Even the ancient Chinese, who are about as geographically far away as a reliably sourced pre-classical culture can be, used base 60 to measure time and radials.

>>5303085combine with woowoo 43260 * 432 = 25,920 25,920 years for the precession of the equinox WT.F is up with this?

>>5303574This paper might mess your head up:- https://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/19170128p01.htmlBesides being the frequencies of old Tibetan singing bowls, 432 (and its octaves) shows up a lot in nature. Here are some weird space maths: - 432^2 = 186,624 = speed of light in vacuum in miles per second within 0.19% of measured (186,282 miles/s) - 432 * 2 * 1000 = 864,000 = diameter of the sun in miles within 0.11% of measured (864,948.7 miles). - (432 / 2) * 10 = 2160 = diameter of the moon in miles within 0.05% of measured (2159.2 miles) - 432 * 60 = 25,920 = precession of equinox in years (usually rounded to 26,000 years) - Measured distance from Earth to Sun (92,960,000 miles) is 108x the measured diameter of the Sun (865,400 miles) within 2.4% - Measured distance from Earth to Moon (238,900 miles) is 108x the measured diameter of the Moon (2159.2 miles) within 0.6%Also very trippy, if you take all the frequencies on the Pythagorean A432 scale and do a Numerology digital reduction on them, C reduces to a 1-2-4-8-7-5-1-2-4-8-5-... repeating pattern. G reduces to 3-6-3-6-3-6-... And every other note reduces to a repeating 9-9-9-9-9-...!>There's Tesla's 3-6-9 againI think 432Hz is the primary resonant frequency of ether. Weird that nobody in the mainstream wants to talk about it. And there appear to be information counter-measures in place to suppress it -- the "528Hz Solfeggio" thing is a good example.Added non-432 bonus that kind of blows my mind: - 1,000 x 360 degrees in a circle x 365.24 days/year = 131,486,400 = circumference of Earth in feet within 0.01%!!! (131,479,713 ft)>inb4 b-bbut miles and seconds and feet are totally arbitrary measurements!!!>No. No they are not.

>>5303750good post

>>5303750Quality postThere really is more to this universe than what we can comprehend and those that may have understood it have had their information devoured and hidden.

>>5303757>>5303920Thanks. Many of us believe that this stuff is the key to "free" (ether-based) energy and hence interstellar travel, possibly FTL communication

>>5304048its more a key to alchemy and transmutation and shaping the world

>>5303750Stopped reading at "Rudolf Steiner"I mean, you're free to believe this made up crap, but it's still fantasy and pretending this to be some kind of truth makes you look pretty pathetic desu

>>5251046I think he's (rightfully THOUGHbeit in a needlessly contentions fashion) criticizing the fact that these videos tend to lean on the human tendency to want to see meaning behind these numerical relationships.I mean - it's cool and all but there's also a lot of pseudo-spiritual undertones in them

>>5256779What a lame reply.This could have been an interesting conversation.>>5256779I think many people - those alleged scientists included - are mostly "atheist" because that is what's (epistemologically) convenient and culturally "normal" in their peer groups after the systematic corruption that luther pointed out earmarking "the church" as just another institution for anyone with the time and will to acknowledge the history of religion in the soial/political realmsMaybe you really are onto something with that "enlightenment" notion in the epistemological category.

>>5299834you know how cosine is an even function, as in its symmetric across the y axis, and sine is an odd function, its symmetric about the origin. this can be stated as cos(-x) = cos(x)sin(-x) = -sin(x)well in general a function f can be decomposed into an even component and odd component, E(x) and O(x), using the criteria that:E(-x) = E(x)O(-x) = -O(x)E + O = fdoing the algebra gives youE = 1/2[ f(x) + f(-x) ]O = 1/2[ f(x) - f(-x) ]if you apply it to the famous exponential function e^x, you get an even and odd function. They behave weirdly similarly to the circular trig functions sin and cos, so the new ones are called sinh, cosh (h = hyperbolic). With circular trig, sin^2 + cos^2 = 1, and hyperbolic sinh^2 + 1 = cosh^2. They both obey pythagorean theorem, but circular trig holds the hypotenuse constant, and hyperbolic holds a leg constant.For circles, if you hold hypotenuse at 1, neither of the legs can exceed 1 in order for the equation to hold. However, if you do let a leg exceed 1 ( escaping the unit circle), the pythagorean can still be satisfied if you let the other leg become imaginary, so that it squares to a negative.cos^2 + (i*sin)^2 = 1cos^2 - sin^2 = 1cos^2 = sin^2 + 1so now your circular equation has become hyperbolic with imaginary numbers. Thus, e, pi, and i are connected through triangles. This is my basic intuition for Euler's identity e^(ix) = cos(x) + i*sin(x). It makes even more sense if you consider cos and sin as even/odd components of some other function. Following the rules from earlier,C = E + OC = cos + sinH = cosh + sinhC(ix) = H(ix)

>>5306443>>>>>15808741a picture

>>5306443>>>/sci/15808741fuck

>>5265102that's a very good questionI did the stupid thing and countedfor one phase the inner triangle passes 14 times while the outer 15-gon is traversed 2 timesThat means in the same time the:>ball on triangle travels 42 spans>ball on 15-gon travels 30 spansassuming the edges of the polygons are the same length I'll say they aren't all travelling at the same speed.Someone smarter than me would probably be able to tell you this due so some kind of series-convergence or something probably

>>5306453it's easy to see the pattern if you unroll all the polygons onto a number line, starting at 0. say you have 2 polygons, perimeters 2 and 5. if you travel down the number line to 10, the P2 orbits 5 times, and the P5 orbits 2 times, and they line back up at 10. throw in a P3, and P3, P2 line up every 3×2 = 6, and P3, P5 line up every 3×5 = 15, and they all line back up at 2×3×5 = 30. note that 2,3,5 are prime. In that gif, to make more lineups happen, throw in non primes

>>5306450makes senseforgot imaginary numbers exist

>>5266707what this >>5279379 anon said. i would probably have been intimidated by the math in the video a few years ago but now i recognize it to be nothing special and im retarded

>>5306072>Stopped reading at "Rudolf Steiner"?

>>5301224'80s Australian children's TV never lies.

>>5235617I want to beleive

Y'all are a bunch of dumb mother fuckers, lmao. Mouth breathers. This shit is so stupid, and y'all are like, "Oh wow, mind blown. There's something to this!"I laugh at you. I laugh in your pathetic little monkey faces.

>>5311633you’re late

>>5311633k

left or right?

>>5314502>mfw i change the direction at will

>>5306453>Someone smarter than meeveryone is smarter than you. don't delude yourself.you're a retarded nigger piece of shit. kys.

her face is always looking at me, swinging right-left-right, but her tits spin in circles, ridiculous

>>5286313Why does the narrator sound so insufferably punchable?

>>5315257theres something about that voice idk

>>5263249Holy schizokino.

>>5316573why are people who call others schizo so obsessed with "schizo" content?

>>5258915>>5255968

>>5317476Take your meds and dilate.

>>5317476wish i wasnt as lazy and made randall carlson sacred geometry vids

Your Honor, my closing statement is that I have committed no offense on the grounds that numbers do not exist.

>>5319118>why are people who call others schizo so obsessed with "schizo" content?psyop. "take your meds" was injected into 4chan around 2015. "schizo" is a derivative and really just a moniker for "conspiracy theorist".

bmp

>>5314502Looking down going right, Looking up going left.L8r nerds, looks like I win again.

>>5322806DVD logo vibes

>>5322806that's so cool

>>5322806now i want visualizations for other constants

Bumppparinoo

>>5322806> tfw a cosmic particle tampers with your calculator's electronics

>>5262817>>5263147at :56, did they fucked up? or am i simply not understanding it right

>>5244754Who hasn’t tried this at least once?

OC. If you take a swastika and change all the angles from 90 degrees to 60 degrees (so that some line segments overlap), you get the Star of David.

>>5327211And? do you think that means something? The six pointed star is derived from a hexagon, and predates Jews by a wide margin, like much else of theirs, they stole it.

>>5327532No, it's just interesting that you can transform a swastika into a hexagram just by changing the angles from 90 to 60.

>>5322806Pretty cool, music is a good match

>>5327211fascinating

>>5328233leonard nimoy was homosexual and jewish.

>>5234841>Squaring the circle means that both shapes either have the same area or the same circumference/perimeterThe squaring the circle problem is only concerned with the area.>C / P * 100 = 99.95%Then you have not squared the circle even by the above definition. The point of the problem is finding exact solutions.

>>5328296That's the joke. I think you're in the wrong thread, bucko.

>>5329201>The squaring the circle problem is only concerned with the area.no, it's not, it's the same problem. if you understood it you wouldn't be posting this.>>5329201>The point of the problem is finding exact solutions.there are no exact solutions, that is the point. it's impossible in practice and can only be done in theory since Pi can only be approximated. however, with the solution at hand and rounding it to whole numbers you have 100%.try drawing it on paper, you won't see the difference with the naked eye and you don't have a pencil fine enough anyway

>>5234274e^(iπ) + 1 = 0spooky shit

>>5234274>0:45That's wrong though. Sum of interior angles of a regular n-gon is (n-2)*180 and has nothing to do with fibonnaci numbers

>>5329427yes, it only fits because the first numbers in the fibonacci sequence are additions of 1

>>5329201>>5329201The point of the problem is to construct a square with the area (equivalently perimeter) of a circle *with ruler and compass*. Some schizo shit about the sun and moon isn't even superficially relevant.

>>5278316>humans make up imaginary shit to understand the worldratios are ratios dog

>>5327636math is truth >>5327532>AND GOYIM? YOU THINK THAT MEANS SOMETHING?!

did i discover a new constant?the growth rate of regular polygons with the same side length converges towards 1/tau or 1/2pi for radii and 1/pi for diameters

>>5306072Was Steiners work too difficult for you to understand?

>>5331350let r(n) = length of that segment (inradius) for regular n-gon = (s/2)/tan(pi/n) = s/2 * cot(pi/n)power series approximation of cot is cot(x) = 1/x - (stuff that goes to zero as x goes to zero)so r(n+1) - r(n) = (s/2)(cot(pi/(n+1)) - cot(pi/n))= (s/2) ((n+1)/pi - n/pi + stuff that goes to zero as n gets bigger)= s/2pi + stuff that goes to zero as n gets bigger

s = side length btw

>>5331350reminds me of a venus shell

>>5331761it doesn't go to zero

>>5333014Everything besides the 1/2pi does. That's why the limit is 1/2pi

>>5333034thus making it a constant

>>5331350>>5333037>did i discover a new constant?no, 1/2pi is not a new constant

>>5333048don't see it on the listhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mathematical_constants

>>5333052Wikipedia is incomplete. It's sequence A086201 in OEIS.

>>5331761Checks out; a circle of perimeter n has radius n/2pi

>>5333054no connection to growth of regular polygons

>>5333261That wasn't the question. The question was whether 1/2pi is a new constant.

>>5333266still, looks like i'm the first to make that connection since i can't find anything on it

>>5333287This was pretty much Archimedes' method for computing pi. It is frequently taught in middle school, maybe not where you live.

>>5333287>>5333341This. You use the radius as the fixed variable instead of the side length and increase the side count by powers of 2 so you can use trig formulas to do the calculations recursively.

>>5306432>the human tendency to want to see meaning behind these numerical relationships. I mean - it's cool and all but there's also a lot of pseudo-spiritual undertones in themOkay, please specify the “pseudo-spiritual” undertones and define for us what genuine spirituality is, thanks in advance

>>5266707Its not something you can learn in a day, it takes time. But if you spend time on it i think its attainable even to "dumb" people. All it is is remembering rules and when to apply them.

>>5333052m8 this list doesn't have 3 on it

so no one believes any of this shit, right?

>>5301224I don't get it, all I see is the window rotating, and the both the window and the pen rotating

>>5335920Depth perception-based optical illusions don't work on transwomen.

bumperino

>>5335822"It happens too often to be coincidence"

>>5335822I believe every webm itt

>>5303750>writing all this schizo shit for plebs who think numerology is real using units like miles and feet>meanwhile e^(i*pi)+1=0 is actually real and true objectively and nobody caresthe aliens are laughing

>>5337554It's not even that profound, it's virtually just true by definition. e^z is defined as the unique function which is its own derivative and is equal to 1 at z=0. Then the functions e^iz and cos(z)+isin(z) both satisfy f'=if and f(0) = 1 so they're equal. Set z=pi to get the formula.

>>5315257Self satisfied wanker that likes to think he's all so high society and intellectual.

>>5334625Schizo nonsense.

>>5330310I was asking sincerely, nigger, with a little historical context.

>>5338009What is profound is the collection of mathematics in the definition you have just given and that it produces an object with elegant geometric behavior. Symbolic algebra, the notion of a function, derivatives, trigonometric functions, the field of complex numbers. There is an enormous amount of insight contained within each of these notions, and they all coalesce to describe rotation in a simple way.

>>5339059The formula is a trivial byproduct of theories that were old and stale 250 years ago. If you want to jerk off over high school calculus then go for it I guess but singling out a useless formula just because it looks pretty is retarded. Even just e^iz = cos(z) + isin(z) is far more important.

>>5234848It's stuff like this that makes it hard for me not to throw my hands up and say "So?" when these kinds of divine maths are brought up. Certainly, there are some interesting numbers involved in shapes, but this suggestion of anything hidden beyond simple ignorance is a bit much. The pentagram isn't "magic". It's just numbers. What's esoteric or arcane about any of it?

>>5339155I mean, e^iz was what I was referring to. And that the theory is old does not make it any less impressive. There is value in appreciating the Colosseum of Rome for what it was in its time and what it represents, although it's dilapidated and nonfunctional today.

"Ludwig Boltzmann, who spent much of his life studying statistical mechanics, died in 1906, by his own hand. Paul Ehrenfest, carrying on the same work, died similarly in 1933. Now it is our turn to study statistical mechanics."opening of states of matter, david goodstein

>>5322806I want to see this explained better. How do the numbers of pi influence the drawing exactly

>>5341301The outer arm rotates pi times as fast as the inner arm. (This can be done with any constant, not just pi.)If pi were rational, then after a certain number of rotations, both arms would be in the starting positions at the same time, and the pattern would repeat.Because pi is irrational, the pattern won't repeat. When one arm is back to its starting position, the other arm never is.If you watch long enough, the line will get even closer to its previous path.Keep in mind that almost all real numbers are irrational. So you get a similar pattern, but maybe it's like after 7 rotations of the inner arm, you're within 0.1 of the starting position, and if you take another constant it takes 12 rotations instead. It's subjective what you consider a "near miss".

>>5341337Angular speed?

>>5331350How do you make visualizations like this? What language/libraries?

>>5342268(not him)Manim (from 3blue1brown) is popular. You can also just calculate everything yourself and use python+cairo, or if you prefer it, javascript+canvas.All you really need is a method to draw lines and write text. Create a bunch of png files and combine them using ffmpeg.

>>5341337>>5342108>>5322806>>5341301I want to reprocude it but i'm not sure how

>>5342465Just calculate e^{iθ} + e^{iθπ} for increasing values of θ and plot them, maybe connect them with line segments. Then you basically get the gif, just not at fancily animated.θ = 0.0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, ...

>>5234274>Who's on my level?https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/58034800https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0ztlIAYTCU

>>5342741I thought making one arm spin at some angular speed and the other pivot on the one at PI angular speed would do it. Maybe the final result is the equation you said but then there are no pivoting arms. I'm still fucking up the arms and the trail though, i'm a lazy failure

>>5343173The inner arm is the line segment from 0 to e^{iθ}.The outer arm is the line segment from e^{iθ} to (e^{iθ} + e^{iθπ}).Keep in mind that e^{it} is just shorthand for (x,y) = (cos(t), sin(t)).

>>5279379>average intelligenceactual average? haha no, get real. But if youre posting on this board you are almost assuredly not average because average people cant figure out how to post here.Most people dont know what average means. The average person in the country cannot read much past a 6th grade level, serious, look it up.There is no way a 6th grader could read through calc 2 or discrete mathematics textbooks.I am verified mensa and calc 1, 2 and 3 were a bitch. There were definetly people with lower IQs than me however that did much better.

>>5343975>claims to be smart>is an automated bot account that claims to have paid for a smartness certificate

>>5344357Have you ever read a newspaper article about a topic you're familiar with?Journalists don't understand anything about the topics they cover, and they have an IQ of around 120.Wanting to meet people who understand ideas is not that weird.Paying administrative costs for access to such a social network isn't a big deal.I don't care about meeting people because I'm autistic, but all my friends have math PhDs or are autistic themselves (IQ probably in the top 0.1%).We all mostly talk about math and computers. So I don't care about mensa myself, but I see how a somewhat smart but social person could benefit from it.

>>5343446Made it somehow, it turned out periodic so i guess P5s PI constant has too few decimal places or something like that.

>>5342986Even the govt isn't on your level bru GTFO and build a stargate from a big wheel.

>>5345429This is your brain on desert religions.

>>5345566>Its ok when Japs do itShut the fuck up brainlet without arabs you wouldn't have numbers or astrology.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabic_numeralshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_and_astrologyWesterners have only invented AIDS... /golfclap

>>5345619>People deserve credit for the achievements of people who they may be very distantly related to.Sand-chud cope

>>5345759The peoples deserve the credit alien shit-snifferBe retarded in hell mossad fag. Y'all a kindergarten association and will be dead within a decade blunder-spawn.

>>5234848Here you go...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl6JDv4ZG7U

>>5286309This anon gets it! It's no cincidence that Isis (literally Sirius), is called the Queen of Heaven and also that she has an equivalent in virtually every culture on Earth and a variation of Isis, Osiris, Horus and Set worship was almost equally prevalent and still is in elite (those in the know) circles.The Sirius system's overall effect on A also explains why A seems to have changed colour over the last 2000 years. All historical records indicate A was a red star while it is white now.

>>5339554magic just implies that it's neat. a novelty. it's a shape basically every kid learns to draw in school, sort of like the angular S, so the writers thought this episode would resonate with kids while also sparking an interest in math.frankly, an ambition worth applauding, considering the slop we see on TV nowadays.

>>5262817hey i have one of these

>>5286342Have you done the numbers yourself? Because i have and they don't work. They only work if you allow yourself to place the vertices of the lines inside the large dot near the capital G wherever you need to make the numbers work. There is no anchor point on dot G. Yeah I am that autistic and have tried it. Not saying that something isn't encoded in the sonnet page but whatever it is, it's not an exact reference to the Giza coordinates, at a push you can get the latitude but NOT the longititude (unless you fiddle it).

>>5339554>What's esoteric or arcane about any of it?The esoteric applications are only available in your head. You need these geometry proofs vividly compiled in encephalitic flux or you will miss the decay streams from your cabon-based body and the energy transmissions will be dilute or unstable.The arcane (meaning "unknowable" to me) aspect of these maths is the application domain. This is to say once you have these truths in rapid access memory, you can solve more problems faster, and have more efficacy in the development/distribution process of your solutions.>In short, mostly smart people uses for smart people stuff.>>5347499>magic just implies that it's neathttps://i.stack.imgur.com/9KFM0.jpg>"Charms" are just heavy up hadrons relativistically speaking He means like spoon bending, and yeah it could be neat, like the wheel or an ice cold drink on a hot day, but you don't call these magic.An alien lazer rifle and a magi or witch doing something similar with their energies would be just as arcane to anyone not seeking this knowledge to master.Just like programming and engineering, if you don't study or teach yourself otherwise, the answer in truth and explanation would be incomprehensible gibberish to your mind.>...And the mind is the only thing to master. Go and matter.

>>5266564The duality of a man

>>5314734these little brainlet games are nothing for us geniuses

>>5266564>>5350731Based.>*a* manNice one.

>>5256741webm

>>5303750>random numbers multiplied by random numbers are sometimes close to other random numbersFucking wow, mate.

>>5234274>the sum of a triangle, square, pentagon's angles follows the fibonacci sequencewtf

>>5234274>>5234276>>5234841>>5234842>>5234843>>5234845Sauce? I'd like to see the original versions of these.

>>5251046>because they see it as religious encroaching of their sacred "science".>>5256768>like the work done by Newton, Francis BaconNewton: intensely devoted alchemist and once head of the secret society The Priory of Scion (which may be involved in the Cicada 3301 recruitment campaigns, according to some).Bacon: most renowned head of the Rosicrucian society, possible codifier of the modern practices/philosophy of organized Freemasonry, architect of the New Atlantis concept for America, and student of John Dee (Kabbalist, wizard, summoner, mathematician, and agent of early British Intelligence under Elizabeth that signed his letters as 007).Similar story goes for Pythagoras and Plato, Kepler (who was proficient in astrology), and many more.While the proverbial Reddit Atheist may bemoan the encroachment of the spiritual/religious/esoteric on his beloved Science™, it's looking like it may be more accurate to consider Science as Occult Science stripped of the occult, rather than the other way around.

>>5245796And if you want a much faster version of that with a bunch of other stuff crammed in (such as a bunch gnostic assertions), here's this one: https://www.bitchute.com/video/imgmTyBPEv7w/>Beware the Eternal HyperboreanIt's massive esoteric redpill dump and potential initiation tool disguised as a meme video. Sadly, the quality is a bit poor and there's one section where you cannot read the highlighted text in the background when pausing. But, most of it should be pausable. It's definitely better after watching the Secrets in Plain Sight video, since those break things down more clearly and at a reasonable pace.

>>5251743>>5359187Whoops. Didn't see you posted that already. It's not in higher quality, though. Correct? Since it is a reupload?

>>5245796There's also this longer video about the 153 fish: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRa7GvbhGaYI haven't watched it, but it might benefit someone.

>>5358447>RandomThe point of his post is that, in all likelihood, they are not random at all.

>>5341337>after a certain number of rotations, both arms would be in the starting positions at the same time, and the pattern would repeatwhy though? also couldn't it be floating point precision errors?

>>5359330If the period of the inner arm is T, then the period of the outer arm is T/pi. If pi were rational, say pi = a/b (with a and b integers), then the outer arm's period would be bT/a.After T time, the inner arm is back where it started.After bT time, the inner arm will have made b full rotations.After bT time, the outer arm will have made a full rotations.In conclusion, after bT time, both arms will have made a whole number of rotations, so they're both back where they started, and the pattern repeats.However, pi is not rational, so this won't happen.>floating point precision errorsWe're talking about the theoretical situation. Any simulation like this will be periodic because there are only finitely many possible states (finitely many possible float values).

>>5359366>after bT time, both arms will have made a whole number of rotationsoh i think i get it now, you explained this very well, thanks!

>>5345429They scammed this guy into believing their pseudoscience with religious vanity.

>>5326976

>>5359188The odysee video is likely higher quality. It is the same uploader as bitchute. But odysee allows higher video qualities than bitchute in my experience. Also you easily download the highest quality version from odysee without using a scraping tool.

>>5345429Pretty sure a non-Muslim did this exact same thing. I remember seeing a video of some students walking up to numbered tables with water samples and apparently saying nice or mean things to them.Also, the likely explanation could be that it is the changes in our body's electromagnetic field that alters the water's molecular arrangement. Our heart produces the biggest and strongest field of our body and it apparently changes based on emotional signals. So, that might be the explanation on a "conventional" physical scientific level.

>>5359578Thanks for confirming. I saw that, too. But, man, I really don't see why it needs to be 1.2GBs in size. :(Maybe I'll download and recompress to a lower bitrate with a newer codec.

>>5295848because all these systems of measurment relat to the human body, so even 10000 years into the future, the system of measurment will relate to what we use today

>>5337554is that nick rochefort