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The Value Of Pi

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on April 10, 2000 05:17:44 UTC

The value of pi may be used to express the possible values of the universe, there is no begining or end to the spiral of numbers in any direction, endless. So the unifiying theory must take into account all frequencies and assimilate them into one, giving a composite of the overall noise or possibilities of the universe. Hoe nothingness and total quiet would be taken into consideration/assimilated would I guess be auto matic because there would be nothing to add, unless by adding it (which we cannot do) it changes something, like blending, or harmonizing.
What I mean is that really if it were possible to gather all the possible frequencies to arrive at a total, the blending of quiet (nothingness tone) is what would allows the total be be realized seperately. Maybe that does not sound right, how about, if you had the total as a begining point, the addition of varying degrees of quiet allows us to experiance individual frequencies, like the tool for analyzing the parts of the whole. I guess this is the function of the nothingness as far as we are concerned? As if all the possiblities of the universal reality can be realized though the application of the nothingness, not that it is directed or anything, it just works this way, Maybe! I must be getting tired again, but still enjoying it!

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