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“The works of the LORD are great, sought out of all them that have pleasure therein.”
Psalm 111:2

The physical creation consists of numbers, manifested as beautiful shapes and exact
harmonious patterns also found in the scriptures, which proves that God is the Author of both.
Jesus Christ stated ''the very hairs of your head are all numbered'', Pythagoras ''All things are numbers'',
and Galileo Galilei ''The laws of nature are written by the hand of God in the language of mathematics''.

Convinced that exact numerical values exist, and that everything can be reduced to simple numbers
and clear patterns, I began to search for them by approaching mathematics from a slightly different angle
than set methods, which generated new ideas not necessarily related to this goal.

For formulae to be true, they must consist of accurate numerical values. For instance the equation e=mc², where m is the mass of an object and c the speed of light, however, it does not tell what their exact numerical values are. These values are typically inaccurate or incomplete, being rounded off to have shorter numbers that are easier to use. Mathematical constants pi, e, ɑ, etc. have seemingly endless strings of random numbers, but they are in fact deliberately arranged, and can be expressed as simple equations such as Phi = √1.25 + .5

This example shows an interesting correlation between squaring the circle and equations for ϕ and c:
Area of Square = 1.25 (L²), has sides of (L)ength = 1.11803398... (√1.25)
Area of Circle = 1.25 / π = .3978873..., and √.3978873... = 0.6307831... (Circle Radius)

Phi (ϕ) and speed of light (c) expressed as simple equations:
ϕ = √1.25 + .5
c = 186282 + (1.25 / π) = [186282.3978873...mps] Currently rounded to 186282.397

Maybe one day it will be possible to combine all constants into one simple super equation!

Since I do not speak the mathematical language of serious professionals in words and symbols, the explanations are presented mostly as diagrams. Perhaps some of my observations and theories may prove new and useful, so, by examining these mostly non-conventional ideas with an open mind, it may lead to even more discoveries.

All knowledge comes before us and does not belong to us. I believe that it is our duty to share ideas so that they may reach those who are ready and open to receive them. Connecting ideas is where innovation comes from, and connecting with people makes those innovations come to life, hopefully for the betterment of this world.

Share information freely, and never hide information from anyone!

“And He (Jesus Christ) said unto them, is a candle (truth) brought to be put under a bushel, or under a bed?
and not set on a candlestick? v.22 For there is nothing hid, which shall not be manifested:
neither was any thing kept secret, but that it should come abroad.” Mark 4:21 kjv

“Seek, and ye shall find”