Monthly Archives: August 2011

Jugde the pi. Actually pi (x)- part one

Above, we take divide i-th row by (i+1) row and call this table R1-sequences. As you know, the sequences have their limit in 1/2, which reminds us of the Zeta from Riemann. ┬áHad we associated colors with the n-th R1 … Continue reading

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Grigori Perelman and making +EV decisions

“Emptiness is everywhere and it can be calculated, which gives us a great opportunity. I know how to control the universe. So tell me, why should I run for a million?” G. Perelman Thank you Grigori Perelman. Assume the existence … Continue reading

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3, 2.7, 2.7, 2.33, 2.33,…

If you know the R-sequence, then see that first (k+1) blocker divided by the last k-th blocker gives the sequence: 3 27/10=2.7 81/30=2.7 243/104=2.33 729/312=2.33 Intereresting indeed as we see last blockers from k-th row have something great hidden within … Continue reading

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Existence of Unity: actors judged by observers

It is highly advanced, albeit might not look as such. Won’t use sophisticated terms or topology to make it more approachable and comprehensible. Lets assume unity (1) {*} exists objectively, in Goedel terms. From the objective existence, we deduce we … Continue reading

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