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P JayS
post Jun 21, 2012, 02:09 PM
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The simple line is formed from a point between two lines which makes this the shortest distance. |o| AND the diameter of time -o-.

Time is c = x + y where x and y both equal 1/2 or a radius of 0.5.

c = x + y
d = 0.5 + 0.5
side a of the circumscribed square = 1.0

Time forms a circumscribed square around the point within the zero dimension. The void squeezes time outside the square. This causes the point to heat up less than c^2 speed and causes movement of micro bn to curve in space.

The dimension of Time forms a protective box around the point. The point itself is subject to rational pi. But the vertices of the square make another circumference when rotated. Rotation is a result of friction. When time turns then the point is heated up until it is caught on fire at c speed. Time starts turning at cn = 1/10^(n+1) or the penetration of energy into the zero dimension.

The circumference resulting from turning time makes a diagonal sqrt 2 and diameter of 2 (two diagonals of sqrt 2 squared. sqrt 2 * sqrt 2 = a diameter of 2). This makes a radius of 1.0 and the founding of transcendental pi found inside and outside of time. 3P = pi for the inscribed and circumscribed hexagons and 3P + (pi/3) = 2pi® for the outer circumference of pi in time. The square is equal to the inscribed circumference at 3P or rational pi value.

Irrational pi = 3P as the inscribed hexagon increases in sides to become a circumference with the invisible point. Transcendental pi starts with the circumscribed hexagon with vertices outside the circumscribed square of time. Then as the hexagon rotates the circumference approaches 2pi or the circumference of the 3P point within the rotating square of time.

The friction of the rotating circumscribed hexagon helps turn the circumscribed square of time which helps turn the inscribed hexagon of dark matter. The concentric square of dark energy is rotated to form a circumference with the point of 3P. Dark energy and dark matter act within time and the zero dimension to form visible matter within the point of the central atom.

The void works to expel the matter from the invisible point as the inscribed hexagon approaches irrational pi value. Dark energy at light speed serves to renew the decaying matter every 8 seconds. As the invisible point slows due to gravity and friction from other nearing circumferences, mass accumulates on the surface of the central atom.

The simple line is also formed when tangible physical points are surrounded by a circumscribed square. The squares when connected together form lines with the points within them.

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post Sep 02, 2012, 06:05 AM
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A lots of explanation you did.. But is it a theory or a law that you have described in your last sentence?? I would like to know that how can a line be surrounded by squares?
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post Sep 04, 2012, 11:04 AM
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A lots of explanation you did.. But is it a theory or a law that you have described in your last sentence?? I would like to know that how can a line be surrounded by squares?

It is possible to have circumscribed square surrounding a point. The square also surrounds the diameter of the point. like this |-|. Now set the subsequent squares next to each other. |-|-|-| etc. The diameters join at an intersection with the left and right sides of the squares. The end result is |---| a larger square surrounding the joining of three diameters in this example.

I cannot draw math very well. If a line were the diameters of 5 points in a row then |-|-|-|-|-| would look like this |-----|. This square would have 1 inscribed circumference and the diameter would be part of an infinity second away from the original diameter of the tangible point of a span of 1E=mc^2 at 0 mass.

Set the points in a circle and then the circumference of squares divided by the diameter of squares would be 360 points divided by 114 and 1/3 points or rational pi.
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post Sep 10, 2012, 01:47 PM
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QUOTE(P JayS @ Sep 04, 2012, 11:04 AM) *

QUOTE(turboracetam @ Sep 02, 2012, 06:05 AM) *

A lots of explanation you did.. But is it a theory or a law that you have described in your last sentence?? I would like to know that how can a line be surrounded by squares?

It is possible to have circumscribed square surrounding a point. The square also surrounds the diameter of the point. like this |-|. Now set the subsequent squares next to each other. |-|-|-| etc. The diameters join at an intersection with the left and right sides of the squares. The end result is |---| a larger square surrounding the joining of three diameters in this example.

I cannot draw math very well. If a line were the diameters of 5 points in a row then |-|-|-|-|-| would look like this |-----|.

Set the points in a circle and then the circumference of squares divided by the diameter of squares would be 360 points divided by 114 and 1/3 points or rational pi.

Growth of the Simple Line:
i side a = d = sqrt 2
c^2 = a^2 + b^2
c^2 = (sqrt 2)^2 + (sqrt 2)^2 = 4
c = 2

ii side a = d = 2: the diameter of the average invisible point or thought C = 2pi,
CP + TP and the 2 different pi of pi = 3P in hypothetical pi space and time with
d = 1.
c^2 = a^2 + b^2
c^2 = 4 + 4
c = sqrt 8

iii side a = sqrt 8
c^2 = a^2 + b^2
c^2 = 8 + 8
c = 4

iv side a = 4
c^2 = a^2 + b^2
c^2 = 16 + 16
c = sqrt 32

v side a = sqrt 32
c^2 = a^2 + b^2
c^2 = 32 + 32
c = 8
perimeter (p) = 32 = c^2/2 = a^2

new equations: 2^5 – (c^2/2) + p = 32 or 2^5 – a^2 + p = 32
(c^2/2) / p = 1 or a^2 / p = 1 = 2^0

So: 2^0 + 31 = 2^5 or (a^2 / p) + 31 = 2^5 or ((c^2/2) / p) + 31 = 2^5
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The simple line acts in accord with the Pi Time Photon that is decompressing along the infinity second.

The compressed male & female energy of the multiple of 1080+1 within the real second of the primary tangible point exhaust voids into the greater than zero space. The number of opposed digits in the decimal string determines the size or amount of material to be shared or penetrated in that locality of space or i^2 dimension.

The exhaust void decompresses outside of the primary tangible point but yet remains inside of the body of time as the simple line expands to continue to house both penetration and exhaust until the universe reaches capacity.

Then time moves within tolerances of averaged phi space as it expands and contracts perpetually in motion within the void of space.

The expanded infinity second giving rise to universal size is always only 1 real second away depending on the order of dark light. Thus co-ordinating time travel for 1E=mc^2 in one second of time can make available any set of co-ordinates within the 7.77e+36 miles of universal travelling range within capacity of the universal sphere within the simple line of time.
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