tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.comments2017-03-31T03:12:51.603-07:00John Chandler AdamsChad Adamsnoreply@blogger.comBlogger35125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-47301431435818122016-02-22T19:40:45.896-08:002016-02-22T19:40:45.896-08:00how do you arrange them to create this field how do you arrange them to create this field Austin Caldwellhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/06608891297598735605noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-16014865610247181032016-02-21T12:03:48.764-08:002016-02-21T12:03:48.764-08:00CoolCoolMariano Galarzahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13165222207182660107noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-18063977348777589382015-11-13T18:44:01.802-08:002015-11-13T18:44:01.802-08:00starting for the first time ;) ..ever... into an e...starting for the first time ;) ..ever... into an entirely new era :) Sean Hawkshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09302339847017617720noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-51429584205553524382015-10-08T11:32:21.233-07:002015-10-08T11:32:21.233-07:00Chad, do you have any comments on this phi-based V...Chad, do you have any comments on this phi-based VBM model: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxuU8jYkA1k<br />Greghttp://www.logicalhierarchy.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-19954462496284261612015-10-05T13:06:47.371-07:002015-10-05T13:06:47.371-07:00This works for exterior angles also. The sum of e...This works for exterior angles also. The sum of exterior angles of any polygon is 360 degrees, so here are the exterior angle sums for each of the platonic solids in Row 12 of your Extended Fibonacci Table:<br /><br />Icosahedron (7200) at column 50<br />Dodecahedron (4320) at column 30<br />Octahedron (2880) at column 20<br />Cube (2160) at column 15<br />Tetrahedron (1440) at column 10<br /><br />Greg Glaserhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00944867079836476405noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-31599149933813380202015-10-04T07:47:52.301-07:002015-10-04T07:47:52.301-07:00This is a great visual way to introduce the waves ...This is a great visual way to introduce the waves that animate the Fibonacci sequence. It's really cool how the charge manifests at Row 12 of the EF Table -- all is accountable to 9. Greg Glaserhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00944867079836476405noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-79340085304576872332015-06-06T09:15:46.588-07:002015-06-06T09:15:46.588-07:00Nice! Reminds of Metatron's cube with the Tre...Nice! Reminds of Metatron's cube with the Tree of Life inside, spinning.Greghttp://www.logicalhierarchy.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-54233113604312036922015-06-01T09:01:17.641-07:002015-06-01T09:01:17.641-07:00It's been said that 1 through 9 represents all...It's been said that 1 through 9 represents all possibilities. It makes me wonder if this current iteration of the universe was designed to feature the numbers 1 through 9 (like a wound up clock), and if we only had an external perspective (outside the cubes in which we experience consciousness) we could see that we are actually traveling backward in time from the number 9, as the great spiraling clock unwinds itself back to 1. Greghttp://www.logicalhierarchy.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-66249539859175482192015-05-16T09:04:35.462-07:002015-05-16T09:04:35.462-07:00On the extended Fibonacci table, let's draw a ...On the extended Fibonacci table, let's draw a line that represents the number 852489. Begin with the first number in the sequence, 8. Put your pencil on any number 8. Now imagine that your pencil is like a King’s chess piece – it can only move one space in any direction. So, move your pencil one space to the next number in sequence, 5. If you cannot find a ‘5’ next to the ‘8’ you originally selected, then start over by selecting a different ‘8’ in the table. Once you find a ‘5’ and ‘8’ connection move on to the next number, ‘2’. If you can't find a '2' then start over again at the beginning with '8'. You can choose any sequence of numbers you like ad infinitum and your line will never stop moving through the Extended Fibonacci Table if you follow the five rules I highlighted above.<br /><br />Chad, can you please post a file with a 3-d torus that plots the extended fibonnaci table. In this post you have a picture (2-d representation) of a 3-d torus, which is helpful for 2-d analysis, but to take this to the next level it would be great to have a 3-d working model inside some mathematical/engineering application. With that 3-d model, it will be possible for us to show visually that Fibonacci numbers represent 3-d shapes.<br /> <br />Indeed, you’ve already been showing this: you connected the extended Fibonacci to the sum of Platonic solid angles (in the image at the top of this website); and so much more you've accomplished.<br /><br />Once you have a 3-d application running that features your work, you can start putting tori within tori to show spirals. This is what you started to do with your spirographs, but you were limited to 2d representations. In my opinion, it’s time for you to take your research to the next level with 3-d modelling software. <br /><br />On that 3-d level you can start proving/modelling what a ‘3’ and ‘6’ really mean as expressions of spin state, and also the polarity of ‘9’.<br />Greghttp://www.logicalhierarchy.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-82546504667609306692015-05-12T08:16:44.083-07:002015-05-12T08:16:44.083-07:00btw, these rules.. are you saying the set of num...btw, these rules.. are you saying the set of numbers can repeat or something? When you get a little time, explain that for me. I'd love to work this out!Chad Adamshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17298493035313395298noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-52353516511752874512015-05-12T06:00:11.794-07:002015-05-12T06:00:11.794-07:00amazing Greg. And you won't believe what I fi... amazing Greg. And you won't believe what I figured out about 2 weeks ago. I figured out the secrets to Pythagoras' tetractys. The Tetractys is what founded music theory via harmonic ratios. ... and Extended Fibonacci is part of it, as the tetractys is part of Extended Fibonacci. This is a massive connection.Chad Adamshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17298493035313395298noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-61377897138558256452015-05-10T12:23:48.605-07:002015-05-10T12:23:48.605-07:00Hopefully someday this website will be famous.
Y...Hopefully someday this website will be famous. <br /><br />You can trace a line through any number combination 1-9 in the Extended Fibonacci Pattern Table by following these rules:<br /><br />1. Like a king’s chess piece, you move one digit at a time in any direction (up, down, across, diagonal)<br />2. you can cross over any 3, 6, or 9 without counting that digit (like it’s a portal or bridge)<br />3. inside of a digit 9, you can travel to any other 9 in the row (see torus)<br />4. inside of a digit 6, you can travel to any other 6 in the row or column<br />5. inside of a digit 3, you can travel to any other 3 in the row or column<br /><br />For example, use these rules with the number 852489… it just keeps going no matter what numbers you decide to put in sequence. <br />Accordingly, all combinations are possible and fluid with this system of rules. <br /><br />And with this system you realize that your line is drawing shapes as it moves. And if you draw in 3D the possibilities abound. Indeed, your spirographs (on later posts) and torus imagery here (and in later posts) help explain the relevance of this visually. <br /><br />One theory for how our world works: the Creator spoke the universe we know into existence with wave harmonics. The extended phi sequence is a simple representation of a fundamental law in those wave harmonics (our universe). Things that follow the fundamental laws experience growth and seed production and survival. Things that violate the laws without reconciliation self-destruct. And the system is self-enforcing. So the architect of the system (the Creator) does not need to map out every separate possibility (i.e., 852489… x 82398601… / 7888053…) but rather just the rules for how every possibility manifests. If you know the rules, then everything can be found, accounted for, and judged. Accordingly, the law (the rules) make up the foundation of life, so it is law on which the universe is built to our perspective.<br /><br />Matthew 5:18, “For truly I say to you that until heaven and earth pass away, not one ‘yod’ or one ‘stroke’ will pass from the law until all will be.” Greghttp://www.logicalhierarchy.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-33741409763775063632015-04-01T10:40:18.973-07:002015-04-01T10:40:18.973-07:00sent you a gmail.sent you a gmail.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-74466582304923727792014-12-29T08:03:13.321-08:002014-12-29T08:03:13.321-08:00Nice find!! 60 is the number of 'time', a...Nice find!! 60 is the number of 'time', and it's at the top of the clock. <br /><br />This research finding that examines the last digit - are we looking at the 'face' of a clock? A spiral clock?<br /><br />At 60, a conventional clock can progress no higher (the cycle starts over).<br /><br />At 666, mankind progresses no higher (starting over perhaps)? <br />Greghttp://www.logicalhierarchy.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-82294839942704705932014-12-24T06:05:55.800-08:002014-12-24T06:05:55.800-08:00Thank you Jonathon. Sorry I missed your reply. T...Thank you Jonathon. Sorry I missed your reply. There is more to come.<br />ChadChad Adamshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17298493035313395298noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-32846813007034877942014-12-14T05:02:57.052-08:002014-12-14T05:02:57.052-08:00you should check out a must read book :
Michael-S...you should check out a must read book :<br /><br />Michael-Schneider--Beginners-Guide-to-Constructing-the-Universe<br /><br />very insightful <br /><br />Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-56515465842349358182014-12-12T04:13:16.635-08:002014-12-12T04:13:16.635-08:00also check out : http://www.geocities.ws/devashao...also check out : http://www.geocities.ws/devashaon/index4.html<br /><br />might find it interesting <br /><br />cheersAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-7556598560607570632014-12-12T04:07:24.544-08:002014-12-12T04:07:24.544-08:00very Similar to Walter Russell's Deawing of th...very Similar to Walter Russell's Deawing of the Periodic Table<br /><br />http://www.karbalion.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Element-Octaves.jpg<br /><br />http://purco.qc.ca/ftp/Researchers/Walter%20Russell/univ_math.jpg<br /><br />but yours is better explained as Russell tends to use terms a bit complicated :) Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-3337800387716854172014-12-10T09:23:01.489-08:002014-12-10T09:23:01.489-08:00Thank you Anonymous!Thank you Anonymous!Chad Adamshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17298493035313395298noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-73769244750865017842014-12-10T09:15:41.491-08:002014-12-10T09:15:41.491-08:00I don't mind at all. I am glad you enjoy it. ...I don't mind at all. I am glad you enjoy it. There is a ton of updates I need to do.Chad Adamshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17298493035313395298noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-85455987822155567642014-12-10T09:04:17.426-08:002014-12-10T09:04:17.426-08:00love it , thank you :)love it , thank you :)Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-10818641243497064072014-12-10T09:02:14.924-08:002014-12-10T09:02:14.924-08:00and the following image of a protein :
http://i12...and the following image of a protein :<br /><br />http://i1206.photobucket.com/albums/bb444/MonsieurM/alphahelicesandbetasheetsprotein_zpsb4c05107.jpg<br /><br /><br />from: http://publications.nigms.nih.gov/structlife/chapter1.htmlAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-48076224393790630712014-12-10T08:57:28.299-08:002014-12-10T08:57:28.299-08:00forgot to add another link that you might find qui...forgot to add another link that you might find quite interesting :<br /><br />https://www.scribd.com/doc/169323556/7401586of18september2013Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-31222544684175640752014-12-10T08:46:48.889-08:002014-12-10T08:46:48.889-08:00thank you for your great insight : an interesting ...thank you for your great insight : an interesting design that resonates with yhur research :<br /><br />http://i1206.photobucket.com/albums/bb444/MonsieurM/US359748-2tesla_zps72417212.png<br /><br />if you don't mind i took the liberty of sharing your site and a few of your images Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-151087500902277099.post-18345224699964942782014-11-18T10:46:39.577-08:002014-11-18T10:46:39.577-08:00Your Extended Fibonacci chart and research here sh...Your Extended Fibonacci chart and research here shows the ‘added angles’ of platonic solids are at potentially meaningful intervals in the Fibonacci doubling sequence. But how do you search out the meaning of the interval? <br /><br />What if the answer is connected to the way Richard Feynman uses QED to ‘add angles’ to determine the probability amplitude of traveling photons? His technique goes hand-in-hand with measuring the length of arrows. See e.g., Feynman, QED: The Strange Theory of Light and Matter, p. 61.<br /><br />Therefore, imagine the extended Fibonacci goes from number-to-number like it is measuring out the length of something material like light (Fibonacci numbers = QED arrows). But if so, where is Feynman’s ‘imaginary stopwatch’ that provides the angle calculation (the direction the arrows point)? Perhaps Feynman's stopwatch is actually a Fibonacci spiral, such that the clock/spiral begins in your column 1 (1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8…) and then when you get to row 12 in the extended Fibonacci table, it is like reaching 12 on a clock – you start a new cycle again from the top (but now you’re in row 2 (2, 2, 4, 6, 10…) because the Fibonacci progression is a spiral, not a circle). <br /><br />And then in QED the physicists always square the results of their total arrow length calculation to match experiment (that is, to match probabilities actually observed). Chad, might this be where your ‘3-torus model in a cube’ and the Russellian view comes into play for the Extended Fibonacci to match experiment/reality (referring to your post “Three Torus Model of Micro”, 2/5/13). <br /><br />So in a nutshell, the extended Fibonacci in a 2-d model emphasizes the number 9. It makes me think perhaps ‘9’ is at the top of a spiral clock in the 2-d model; and the probability of a platonic solid materializing in the Fibonacci spiral is a function of length and angle. If this can be shown with a reliable equation, it should assist the 3-d applications as well.<br />Greghttp://www.logicalhierarchy.comnoreply@blogger.com