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It’s close enough, Roland! The assets are there, too.

If I can find time anywhere, I’ll make a clean wash up in my repository!

This is my next interactive presentation demo. Imagine you have a lot of things to present. These objects pass you by in cycles and if you want to take a closer look at one of the objects, you can grab it with the blue frame, which you can elegantly control with the mouse.

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Speaking of (number) magic. You’ve given me an idea to start a new series with numbers.

I noticed that you can calculate the number pi (which means in hebr. “wisedom of god”) to five decimal places using only the numbers from 1 to 9!

9 / 1 = 9

8 / 2 = 4

7 / 3 = 2.333…

6 / 4 = 1.5

5 / 5 = 1

4 / 6 = 0.666…

3 / 7 = 0.428571428…

2 / 8 = 0.25

1 / 9 = 0.111…

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This is super cool!!

I’d add a bit of camera movement (panning) when moving the mouse. I think it could make it even more cooler!

What the hell???!

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@roland Another cool fact about numbers. Today, the number 1

First, we create a circle with the radius 1 and obtain the area of the circle according to the formula A=pi r² = pi

With the 1, we create a rectangle with the side length s = 1 and obtain the formula A = s * s = 1

The rectangle is 1/4 as large as the area of the circle.

The ratio between 1 and pi/4 is 1.273…

Here the 1 appears again on the left side and breaks at the decimal point in 273 to the right side.

2 * 7 * 3 = 42 … Wasn’t that the answer to all the questions?

2,7,3 are prime numbers. Prime 5 missing.

If we take 1 symbolically for God, because there is only one God, then the decimal point is the Holy Spirit (everything is in this one point) and 273 is the world.

What does 273 have in common with the world?

- The absolute freezing point is -273 degrees Celsius.
- The moon revolves around the earth in 27.3 days.
- The mass ratio between the earth and the moon is 273.
- The earth revolves around the sun in 1/273 days = 366 days.
- The average human body temperature is 36.6 degrees Celsius.
- If you add up all the whole numbers of temperatures in which a human being can survive, the result is 273.
- A human being is born in about 9 months, which is about 273 days.
- Gas expands by a factor of 0.0273 per degree Celsius. etc.

(1 - 4/pi) * 5 = 1 + 366…

As far as I can remember from my spiritual studies, there are 72 names of God. That is exactly a reflection of the number 27 = 3³ … and here we have the 273 again!

… and God’s statement about himself: I am who I am. Also a mirror statement: I am who I am. Which in other words means I am the world. You say “Aha!” when you have understood something. In the Hebrew alphabet, A means creator & creation and the h stands for perception. The Creator perceives himself as his creation.

I could go on about this for days, but my thread is no longer in offtopic.

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We say it the same in Hungarian and Slovak too.

Sometimes I can’t decide whether all of this you’re writing about is just coincidence or a masterpiece of our creators.

27 * 3 = 81

1 / 81 = 1 / 9 * 1 / 9

1 / 9 = 0.111111111…

```
0.111111111111111 x 0.1111111111111111
--------------------------------------
0.1111111111111111
0.1111111111111111
0.1111111111111111
0.1111111111111111
0.1111111111111111
0.1111111111111111
0.1111111111111111
...
----------------------------------------
0.123456789(10)(11)(12)(13)(14)...
```

this means that 81 is a compression of all int numbers!

Now look at this famous formula E = mc² which contains all physical units of the world (mass, energy, time, space)

If we square this to E² = m² * c^4

and if we set for c = 3

we get: E² = m² * 81

or E² / m² = 81

or m² / E² = 1 / 81

or m² / E² = 0.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 …

Numbers don’t lie, there is no coincidence or to much coincidence to say that the world is create by a big bang out of chaos.

We are living in a kosmos (greak: order)

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Now that’s a THING!

And what about the coincidence with: **National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System**

Divide the number 999,999,999,999,999,999,999,99**8**,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999 into 1 and express the result as a decimal expansion, and you’ll find the Fibonacci sequence presented in tidy 24-digit strings:

Okay, the series on the “magic of numbers” ends here, although I could go on and on.

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It’s pretty interesting so GO ON!

Good, then let’s complete it. We have analysed the number 81 in more detail. There are 19 missing to the next largest 1, the 100.

The number 19 is also very interesting. I enclose the book by Stefan Makowski, unfortunately in German. The first half is about the Koran. The second half is about nature and science.

19er-Code-Stefan-Makowski.zip (973.6 KB)

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During my research with the number 7, I came across an interesting realisation: You can determine a division by addition!

Using the example of 1/7

First you need the difference to the next higher 1. That would be the number 10 from 7 and the difference is 3.

If you write the powers of the number 3 next to each other and then add them up, you get the division of 1/7.

What results in 9/9?

You learnt at school that you can cross out the same numbers and replace them with 1 => 1/1 so you conclude that the result is 1.

Wrong!

if you follow my division from above, the result is 0.9999999999…

9 * (1 / 9)

Division with 9 has a mirroring effect. Everything with the number 9 is mirrored infinitely. Even numbers with more digits are mirrored, but the sums are superimposed so that you can’t see the mirroring immediately. You have to write them under each other and then sum up.

```
19 / 9 =
19
019
0019
00019
000019....
---------------
21111111....
```

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