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 Be the first pioneers to continue the Astronomy Discussions at our new Astronomy meeting place...The Space and Astronomy Agora Pi Forum List | Follow Ups | Post Message | Back to Thread Topics | In Response ToPosted by Alan on September 6, 2002 07:37:44 UTC

Apparently you can get pi this way (but have to add them all up to get it)

pi expression #3:
pi = 4 (1/1 - 1/3 + 1/5 -1/7 + 1/9 - 1/11 + ...)

If this is so then pi may represent "NOW"?

Basic 4: compare (1) pattern 'A' (2) and pattern 'B' (3); this comparison meets another pattern (4) get a new comparison (new step 1) etc.

I'm suggesting that the 4 in the expression above for pi may be 4 because the perimeter of a circle may represent freedom of choice of direction, so "NOW"?, and the diameter may represent "two direction options".

This 4-space may be "NOW" (Consciousness)(A way of looking at a way of looking)(two comparisons meet).

Divide this 4 by (1/1 - 1/3 + 1/5 - 1/7 +1/9 -1/11 etc.) may represent:

(1/n - 1/n+2 - 1/n+2+2 + 1/n+2+2+2 - 1/n+2+2+2+2

....... ) dare I wonder the starting "1" may be any n/n where n may be any number of +2+2+2.....

example:

then pi is

4/ ( 2+2+2/ 2+2+2 - 2+2+2/2+2+2+2 + 2+2+2/2+2+2+2+2 - 2+2+2/2+2+2+2+2+2 etc. )

so gives pi as

4/ (one minus a half plus a quarter minus an eighth plus a twelfth etc.)

equals

4 - eighth + sixteenth - 32th + 48th etc.

I thought maybe anywhere can be the '4' and the pattern proceeds from there

so a circular system where the "+" and "-" effectively make intersections of your "+2+2+2.." sets; these intersections thus being delta functions (Sudden jumping from a +2 to a +2+2?)

The "+2+2+2.." sets may be pattern comparisons (basic unit: 2 patterns compared).

My guess is that this structure of pi represents Dr. Dick's paper; that quantum electrodynamics is inherent to it; that maybe physics is derivable from it?

maybe somewhat half-baked; but pi turns up in a lot of places and this has baffled mathematicians.

Maybe explanation in this direction.

-dolphin