Pythagoras' Perfect Ratios: Uncovering the Base 10 Anomaly

• Robust
In summary: The conversation discusses a highly anomalous formula found from a 49-year study into the origin of pi and the Base 10 number system. The formula relates to Pythagoras' perfect ratios and the use of Base 10 in the Babylonian temples of learning. The formula is 9^2 (10) (DD) = area, where 9 represents the culmination to Base 10, (10) represents Base 10, and (DD) represents the degree-distance between each angular degree of the circumference. The anomaly is seen when the formula applies to giving the area to a circumference of any diameter. This is demonstrated in several examples, showing that the DD to a diameter of 9 is employed in each instance. Like Root 2
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Base 10 Anomaly

An applied 49-year study into the origin of pi and the Base 10 number system resulted in the finding of a highly anomalous formula. Essentially, the finding derives from the perfect ratios (0:1:1:2:3:4) given by Pythagoras who we know studied and perhaps taught in the Babylonian temples of learning. Unquestionably the cipher given of his perfect ratios relates of Base 10 - all cardinal numbers of the system relating of diameter to the circular plane. Here is the formula succinctly given - you can take it from there.

9^2 (10) (DD) = area; where 9 is culmination to Base 10 and diameter of circle; (10) is Base 10 (recognized by Pythagoras as given by the cipher); (DD) is the degree-distance between each angular degree of the 360-degree circumference, given as pi/40 for the diameter of 9. The anomaly is seen where the degree-distance as given by the diameter applies to giving the area to a circumference of any diameter whatsoever. Here are several examples, noting that the DD to a diameter of 9 is employed in every instance:

9^2 (10) (0.07853...) = 63.6172...area;
8^2 (10) (0.07853...) = 50.2654...area;
7^2 (10) (0.07853...) = 38.4845...area; etc., and for any diameter whatsoever.

Like Root 2, Base 10 rules.

"All things number and harmony." - Pythagoras

Eh? Could someone explain this or give a link to read to make sense of it please.

Zurtex said:
Eh? Could someone explain this or give a link to read to make sense of it please.
Hi, Zurtex! What is there about it you would like to know? I'll help as I can.

Dondes back!

Rubbish.

- Warren

What is Pythagoras' Perfect Ratios?

Pythagoras' Perfect Ratios refer to the numerical relationships that were discovered by ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician, Pythagoras. These ratios are based on the Pythagorean theorem and are believed to have mystical and spiritual significance.

What is the Base 10 Anomaly?

The Base 10 Anomaly is a mathematical anomaly that was discovered by Pythagoras. It refers to the fact that when the Pythagorean theorem is applied to numbers in base 10, there are certain numbers that do not produce perfect whole number solutions. This led Pythagoras to believe that the number 10 was incomplete and that there were deeper mathematical principles at play.

How did Pythagoras discover these ratios?

Pythagoras is believed to have discovered these ratios through his studies of music and geometry. He observed that certain musical intervals produced harmonious sounds and noticed that these intervals could be expressed as ratios of whole numbers. He then applied this concept to geometric shapes, leading to the discovery of the Pythagorean theorem and the Perfect Ratios.

What is the significance of Pythagoras' Perfect Ratios?

The significance of Pythagoras' Perfect Ratios lies in its impact on mathematics and philosophy. These ratios inspired further exploration of the Pythagorean theorem and helped pave the way for modern mathematics. They also had a profound influence on the ancient Greek belief that numbers were the key to understanding the universe and its mysteries.

Is there any evidence to support Pythagoras' theories?

While there is no concrete evidence to prove Pythagoras' theories, many of his mathematical principles and theories have been confirmed through modern methods and technology. Additionally, the application of his Perfect Ratios can be seen in various fields such as music, architecture, and art, further supporting the validity of his ideas.

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