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  1. Thread: 137

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    Excellent. :thup:

    Excellent. :thup:
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    Unicode and Hexadecimal. Cool. :cool::cool: I'll...

    Unicode and Hexadecimal. Cool. :cool::cool: I'll learn to use these in a sentence and impress my computer geek friends. One has been using linux for years, the other is the one always retreating to...
  3. Thread: 137

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    For real? Nice synchrocoinkydink.;)

    For real? Nice synchrocoinkydink.;)
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    Thanks. It was off-the-cuff and then seemed...

    Thanks. It was off-the-cuff and then seemed actually meaningful. ;)
  5. Thread: 137

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    Three out of one people are a trinity.

    Three out of one people are a trinity.
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    Here's some of what Twyman wrote about magic...

    Here's some of what Twyman wrote about magic squares.





    http://quintessentialpublications.com/twyman/wp-content/uploads/faulkner2-300x295.jpg
  7. Thread: 137

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    Yeah. When I saw your link to this...

    Yeah. When I saw your link to this and I saw the 137, I almost posted it here.

    But of course, you already knew about it and had already linked to it. :cool::meditating:
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    137 came up in the Twyman article I linked to in...

    137 came up in the Twyman article I linked to in the Kryon thread Aianawa started. Related to the origins of playing cards, chess, and the Templars, the dates were 1307 and 1377.
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    Here's some more on 137...

    Here's some more on 137.
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    Speaking of fractals, did you know you can...

    Speaking of fractals, did you know you can randomly create a Sierpinski triangle? It would take a long time to do it by hand but all you'd need is paper, pen, ruler and a D6. (six sided die)

    ...
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    Cocking talks about 3, 6, and 9. He still does...

    Cocking talks about 3, 6, and 9. He still does presentations and I'm watching/listening to a couple. I think I'll start sharing some of his stuff in a thread once I'm done with this phase. It's...
  12. Thread: 137

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    I came across an interesting piece of reading...

    I came across an interesting piece of reading called The Crystal by Mark Cocking.

    Here's an excerpt:




    Surrounding this bit is discussion of the number 2.732:
  13. Thread: 137

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    Maybe it'll come back in a dream.;)

    Maybe it'll come back in a dream.;)
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    I'm so glad you commented on this, Shadowself. I...

    I'm so glad you commented on this, Shadowself. I couldn't recall if you had touched on 137 in your six degrees thread. It sure had some fascinating stuff on numbers. I used to be good at...
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    From "The Mystery of 137": "We know that the...

    From "The Mystery of 137":

    "We know that the number is required to know how specific wavelengths of light interact in precise ways with atoms and how electromagnetic forces hold atoms together....
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    I thought this bit was interesting: "A few...

    I thought this bit was interesting:

    "A few years ago a new slant on this old problem emerged. John Webb and his colleagues at the University of New South Wales carried out an intensive study of...
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    We have alpha and phi, pyramids and tetrahedrons,...

    We have alpha and phi, pyramids and tetrahedrons, and toruses. The Great Geometer indeed.
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    And to think, this whole time I thought the...

    And to think, this whole time I thought the answer to everything was 42!

    This is good stuff, Aianawa. Thanks for sharing.
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