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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1021  Postby Someone » Oct 29, 2013 2:22 am

That's better than how I would say it.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1022  Postby Someone » Oct 30, 2013 10:58 pm

Trenton wrote:
Someone wrote:ADE? If you wrap around on a QWERTY keyboard and assume an alternation, but could be absolutely anything...not a mindreader from this distance.


No but it is loosely mathematical though. And no it absolutely can only be one thing.


Well, this nice for coincidence while looking for other quote (in short time). You (banned) appear to have been looking for another's code-break. That's just not something on my mind in that old. I apologize. This was not the objective of the thread as a whole. The thread was a commanded derail, and I was not getting response out.

Today, however, for the coincidence (This top of a page), I have the value of the '&' sign [Shift 7] from a standardly time-stamped sentence (My definition involving [period][period][minute][hour][day][month][year][period][period][sentence]) as 40. I, in the previous of 27 and then 28 (personal, but apparently involving adoption), had/have also the underbar (hyphen or minus-sign shifted) along with future baby details, and so on. I am still or again on very limited time online, but I will continue relating details. The last spelled out (in English) a CE year, I expect, for the date of release of a starship by a currently extant corporation (8 digits). I'm downshifting a bit on English in what I have just done today, grammatically more 'modern' or 'foreign', but it doesn't involve communications concerning a scholar per se.

Obviously, stress is doing something on my orderliness. :popcorn:
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1023  Postby Someone » Oct 30, 2013 11:10 pm

Someone wrote:" ...
...
*** factor: couldn't find a suitable name for a tempdir (MPQS)
<2391212812251021192015145725741914510000594946424140)
%27 =
[2 2]

[5 1]

[10779573619560640612551059600757286287095725500029747321207 1]

(10:55) gp >"

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21559147238391212812251021192015145725741914510000594946424140

"Boeing will have just one 7257! In 51000059 [ad hoc final punctuation]"

Note backwards and forwards that there is no point in trying to convince now, nor would it seem likely that that would describe a process as such. It is true, however.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1024  Postby Someone » Nov 18, 2013 10:07 pm

My account dies with this post. AngloRussKick lacks the same numbering of the letters of the Russian alphabet at its start: ah-b-ve-g-de-ye=yo. Reason: Ili=xor, etc.

Meaning of death = I am Somebody too (different thread).
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1025  Postby Someone » Nov 19, 2013 2:02 am

S. Ha. Thre.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1026  Postby mindhack » Nov 19, 2013 2:10 am

What...the....?!

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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1027  Postby Someone » Nov 19, 2013 4:53 am

Half-tester on my own nudity, lol. 4*555305636 isn't it.
Opening new thread on debating the methods of and timing for by-hand and not-by-hand arithmetical processes. In English, Yes. Now, Yes. The above derives from 138826409*374066783.
Full for here: 2*5*7*23*138826489*374066783*71280322999287401289455823464423350076673833746580387794399......744032695479148958796544115493871475209

9ms. assistances then 5 after "%4=[... user interrupt after 0 ms." [over 3 lines]
3643030 is the terminal ending. Multiple interferences, & + and - is life. Under ideal circumstances, someone I know will have the password but won't need to use it without my permission. This is someone I am working to attempt to move with me. Age cross-over in 6 seems to be YYN.

Memory sucks: Switched websites 1st.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1028  Postby Someone » Nov 19, 2013 5:20 am

I am known here, so I will say I got a numerological hit on 'cornering the peanut butter market' by local friends of pinays and pinoys with expected returns. Engaging personally on all scales with intentions set on closing the most local chess club but no reasonable expectations without a (club) presidential pay-off by me. I don't know. Only me and suggests 2 so far.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1029  Postby Mitts » Dec 01, 2013 9:14 pm

Me no know either....

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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1030  Postby Someone » Mar 31, 2014 2:14 pm

Well, may have to change my name to 'Angry finch', but mostly just too busy/confused (Pick one, and I'll try to remember which when). At 8:35 this morning I ended a nice '2-step' by checking the pi function of the prime 227893 (basically to see if it's even, and it's not). Here is the 2-step:

1) "God uses physical tools on our behalf, as with asteroid protection through today and the near future. But God will not ever give us these. We have to use our minds for that!!" EQUALS (33=period, 49=comma, 4444=exclamation mark, and concatenate and factor)

4*
191*
1939381*
482842297079565093874518794922031696279004498503993783834536558544042865812132246765330859972713052131873
353437048713009580787573443228598196482786591675622686505026742348198030153932003381897281352796160393029
515098223541

2) "A salient question, based on the preceding calculation, is what happened in the middle of May the nineteenth of 1940, iff this is coincidental!" EQUALS

4*
7*
13*
29*
227893*
49514069143800471040327830174538489479838181296477431143749018008798622839154402499952214162487161657723
70133730521445888471455044653016584505873818062409947053605493

Thank you, everyone. [back when can, but mostly busy offline this year I expect, and I still expect to be the other I said (if you can thresh that)]

Late edit: I don't think I mentioned the more recent 'pure math' here, and I'd be remiss not to. 2 come to mind: 1) If compositepi(n) represents the nth composite number, then compositepi18(1)=1014 and compositepi22(1)=2014; and 2) with right-truncatable primes being those that are prime repeatedly after deletion of the rightmost digit down to one digit (or are themselves one digit), the first to appear of each length 1 through maximum 8 as the leading digit string of exp(k), k positive integral, when concatenated smaller-to-larger left-to-right produce a number with largest prime factor ending 7777, and the the factorizations of just the first 7 and first 6 increase the coincidence (details later).
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1031  Postby Blackadder » Mar 31, 2014 7:09 pm

6784503458885430809209712.3336768522974618118474627102762146124127*
22*
9

Paradigm transference non-contiguous spherical multiplex oystercard.

Jamboree bagwash ketomine projection quince tin-tin.

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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1032  Postby Alan C » Mar 31, 2014 7:25 pm

Two and one half Thatchers please.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1033  Postby Someone » Apr 02, 2014 3:26 pm

The numbers in the pure math I mentioned late are 2, 73, 373, 3733, 23333, 719333, 2339933 and 23399339; and what I was saying is that the factorizations of 273373373323333719333233993323399339 and so on are cute. I got a real 'Wow!' overnight on a sentence about who reads a certain book, but I don't have time or necessarily think I should promote anything specific like that here for reasons of this sort of thing (whatever that means), since someone can make a profit off of that (anyway, time at least). The 'wow' did continue though with notice that the final digits of a prime were 087591, and a thought that came from it. That I can share but it gets intricate and I may just leave a fragment to puzzle with.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1034  Postby Someone » Apr 07, 2014 5:51 pm

Well, still not done much to change things. Got nonce word 'fipcode' rationalized, removed letter 'g' from our language--properly speaking--but no somebody. Not yet. Details asked for? Nothing on my mind.
Edit: I don't mean AngloRussKick, btw. :naughty2:
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1035  Postby Fallible » Apr 07, 2014 6:29 pm

Well that's OK then. Welcome back, Someone.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1036  Postby Someone » Apr 20, 2014 8:15 pm

Thank you, but you see I'm not here often in any case. [Reading Gabriel Garcia Marquez, at present, and got a coincidence--I think--on my one-sentence capsule review of 'Chronicle of a Death Foretold' this morning (if anybody's interested)]
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1037  Postby Fallible » Apr 22, 2014 5:18 pm

Yes, I'd noticed you're here less. What was your one sentence review?
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1038  Postby BlackBart » Apr 22, 2014 5:32 pm

Not as good as 'Die Hard'.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1039  Postby Mitts » Apr 23, 2014 9:31 am

Biblico!

And welcome back!

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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1040  Postby THWOTH » Apr 23, 2014 10:49 am

:whistle:
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