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The Hidden Planet 9th - The 9th Prime Star By Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken
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The Hidden Planet 9th - The 9th Prime Star Back to real time 9th - The adjustment of human time frequency A hidden planet in our sun system, of an orbit of 405 days, 5 seasons each of 9 strongs... More > (instead of weeks) it has no artificial moon, and the days of the strong are 9, and the number of minutes in one hour are 45 or 90, all depends? Consider only for a moment that the original orbit of our planet earth was not where now is and that the moon did not exist before. Consider only for a second that the moon hold the earth planet in its current orbit. Why would that have been done? by whom ? The current text has been created in order to inform the reader of a real situation. The season of 4x4 is not in harmony with the natural cycle of the female human. Actually it des-synch the human kind collaboration with natural laws. Why have been that artificial cycle created? The Techno-Meta-Morph Conspiracy: "The generation of a new cosmic warrior caste/species of human-organic-not-organic hybrids"< Less
IDENTIFICATION AND DESCRIPTION OF PYTHAGOREAN NUMBERS By Henrik Andersen
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The book analyses the formation of Pythagorean numbers and outlines the exact rules for this.
Extension of the Fermat's numbers By Giovanni Imbalzano
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Numbers of Fermat, Formulas for prime numbers, Prime numbers between consecutive powers, Sums of squares, Imbalzano's Test, Extended numbers (X^2+1), Theorem for the forms (ax^2+bx+c) and (X^2+1)/2,... More > Goldbach sums, Differences between prime numbers, Limitation of twin prime numbers, Repulsion of prime numbers, Conjecture of Riemann, Observation for Physicist, Limitation of perfect numbers, Germain-Mersenne-Fermat infinity, Perfect numbers, Infinity of forms (2^p-1) and (2^p+1)/3, Solution of enigmatic Fermat sequence n=2^(2^k)+1. This is a first edition (complete proofs in other version)< Less
Recreation with Numbers and Figures By Rajnish Kumar
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This book is a collection of several stories, sequences, problems, numbers and figures which can capture the imagination of the common reader. It has been written to recreate with no injections of... More > great heavy stuff and knowledge. Most of the mothers had a tough time explaining to their child that 11 is eleven and not oneteen and 12 is twelve and not twoteen. The early learner would have often wondered why of all bases this strange number 2.718… was chosen as natural logarithm base called, e. Why is Mathematics left out of the Nobel Prize by the Academy? Did you know that only a few folds to a paper could take you to the moon? Binary system is okay but why the computer uses such a strange notation as AD45F3? All this and many more interesting stories will be found in the book. It is not for serious mathematicians, not for people who know too much and find the book no more than a carbon copy of their own reproductions. The book should be read with a rough page and pencil, that’s the only way to enjoy it.< Less
How to Polarize Cosmic Radio Signals from Outerspace and The First 10000 Prime Numbers and Fractal Math Constants and Cosmic Theories WHEN DID MOTION FIRST START ? By Dr. Dan Izzo et al
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Did you know: Cosmic Radio Signals can be polarized at 91mhz (fm); 160mhz (vhf); 610 mhz ( on channel 78uhf-tv) by keying a cb microphone over a radio receiver set on these radio channels with... More > your home equipment. These are known cosmic radio sources from outerspace from Annual Review of Astrophysics and Astronomy 1966 editor Leo Goldberg. Facts : A lot of the static snow that you recieve is your non cable uhf tv; is cosmic radio signals......many elements naturally emitt radio pulses whern excited; You can polarize these signals with CB radio Microphone buy keying the transmitting CB microphone over the speaker of a recieving radio set at 91 mhz..(91fm)..160 mhz..(160 vhf radio)..and transmit the spacey sound you hear to a recieving TV set at channel 78 UHF tv.....then you will see a ATT type of symbol..and see the oscillations and fluctutations of the cosmic radio signal that has been just polarized. the odds are in our favor.we are recieving them.< Less
Yet Another Introductory Number Theory Textbook By Jonathan Poritz
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An introduction to number theory covering basics, congruences, primes, the Chinese Remainder Theorem, Wilson's Theorem, Fermat's Little Theorem, Euler's Phi function, etc. Covers some connections to... More > cryptology, from basic ideas and terminology through RSA, Diffie-Hellman, and ElGamal. Suitable for a one-semester undergraduate course. See http://www.poritz.net/jonathan/share/yaintt/ for much more information.< Less
The Secret World of Numbers 2nd edition By Adri de Groot
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The math learning crisis facing us today is due to the fact that we don't truly know much about the very ingredients of math, namely the very numbers themselves. Enter into a hitherto secret maze... More > of phenomena with numbers happening all at the same time: palindrome mirrors, perfect plus & minus as well as odd & even balances, hidden multiple multiplication and/or division tables, invisible and visible manifestations. Learn about the perfect number 7, the roles and significance of numbers like 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 12/24, 19, and 81. Discover that prime numbers are not random, but follow a very distinct and predictable pattern. This is number theory 101, and is guaranteed to fire up both your left and right brain halves. This is material not currently taught in any school.< Less
Divisor Drips and Waves By Jeffrey Ventrella
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A pattern-finding journey through a shimmering universe of large composite numbers, this book starts with a simple graph of divisors and expands it into a vast visual sea of interlocking patterns.... More > Why do mathematicians keep asking if there is any meaning to the sequence of prime numbers? Just think of the primes as the negative spaces behind overlapping composite patterns. The chaotic sequence of primes that pass through the Sieve of Eratosthenes is far less interesting than the Sieve itself! Did you know that the numbers in the range of nine quintillion have a hidden pattern (nested parabolas, reflection rays, swirling proto-galaxies)? These images could not have been seen before the computer allowed us to peer into the dense fabric of numbers. This book will inspire math educators, visual thinkers, and pattern lovers.< Less
Goldbach's Conjecture is True. By WARDELL LINDSAY
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A deceptively simple theorem, known as the Goldbach conjecture, states that every even number is the sum of two primes. Rather simple. isn't it? Yet, in spite of the great effort expended on thie... More > theorem since its introduction in 1742, no one has been able to prove the statement conclusively. Wiliam C. Vergara in MATHEMATICS IN EVERYDAY THINGS,1959. The Conjecture is True. Goldbach's Primes are the roots of the Quadratic Hyperbolic Equation.< Less
Goldbach's Conjecture is True. By WARDELL LINDSAY
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A deceptively simple theorem, known as the Goldbach conjecture, states that every even number is the sum of two primes. Rather simple. isn't it? Yet, in spite of the great effort expended on thie... More > theorem since its introduction in 1742, no one has been able to prove the statement conclusively. Wiliam C. Vergara in MATHEMATICS IN EVERYDAY THINGS,1959. The Conjecture is True. Goldbach's Primes are the roots of the Quadratic Hyperbolic Equation.< Less

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