1103, 2015

The Extinction of π by Miles Mathis

bye-bye π
If you get lost at any point in this paper
you may go to the short version
First posted September 9, 2008
Abstract: I show that in kinematic situations, π is 4. For all […]

2402, 2015

Shape and Number

If you think that advanced mathematics is far too complicated and that it makes aspects
of science and physics incomprehendeable to the majority of people, then you’re a lot like me.
Most of what I […]

2301, 2015

The Nature and Dynamics of Vibration, Oscillation and Toroids

“What would it mean to your research and inventions if you could switch polarities between poles and regulate their power levels?”

Pond Science Institute releases a video series overview of Dale Ponds latest book Keely’s […]

712, 2014

The Golden Key by Jonathan Quintin

“Another relic of the archaic tradition that produced these divisions of time is our present system of measurement by units of feet, furlongs, and miles, with the acre as the unit of land […]

1407, 2014

The Sacred Number Seven by H.P. Blavatksy

A DEEP significance was attached to numbers in hoary antiquity.

There was not a people with anything like philosophy, but gave great prominence to numbers in their application to religious observances, the establishment of festival […]

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