tangent matrix numbers

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    There are a group of seven tangent numbers( positive and negative) that describe the make up of the solar system, and possibly further. These tangents are based on three groups of degree numbers: 20, 40, 80, 160, 320 and 36, 72, 90, 108, 144, 180, 216, 256, 270, 288, 324, 360, and 60, 120, 240, 300. The tangents are (positive and negative) 

    0
    .7265
    3.0776
    1.732
    .363
    .839
    5.67

    This is based on work by Carl Munck and others. I have expanded on the original tangents discovered of 3.0776 and .7265. There is a possible 8th tangent of .509, with degree numbers of 27, 207, 153, 333

    These tangents and numbers describe orbital velocities, diameters of planets, surface areas, orbits in miles, distances between bodies, circumferences of bodies, and more. These numbers are based on ideal numbers for diameters etc. I suggest these numbers were of the original design of the solar system. 

    A few examples:

    Earth diameter 7920 miles 

    7920 tangent 0

    Sun orbital speed 450,000 mph

    450,000 tangent 0

    Earth circumference 24,900 miles

    24,900 tangent 1.732

    Earth to moon 238,900 miles

    238,900 tangent .839

    Earth surface area 196,900,000 sq miles

    196,000,000 tangent -.363

    Planetary tangents based on diameters:

    Sun 0
    Mercury .363
    Venus .839
    Earth 0
    Moon 0
    Mars 3.077
    Jupiter 1.732
    Saturn .839
    Uranus .363
    Neptune 0













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    Thus the reason why i don't eat sun-dried tomatoes. 
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    I looked up Carl Munck. According to Wikipedia he works in archaeocryptography. Wikipedia has this to say about archaeocryptography. 

    "Archaeocryptography is not a recognized branch of archaeology or of any other academic discipline. It is an example of pseudoscience or pseudoarchaeology that employs contrived calculations involving many free parameters to achieve an impressive-looking result.[2]"
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    The pattern is there for everyone to see. Anyway, I am not here to argue any points. I am just posting this on the internet so it is available to others who are interested, who might be smarter or more in tune than I am, and can expand on Mr. Munck's work. It is the 11:11 calling.
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    When did the Universe begin, again?
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    Sirius A diameter 1,480,000 miles tangent .839

    Proxima Centauri diameter 133, 320 miles tangent -1.73

    Alpha Centauri diameter 1,057,700 miles tangent .363

    Milky Way diameter 105,700 LY tangent .839

    Observable universe diameter 465,000,000,000 tangent 1.73
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    I am just posting this on the internet so it is available to others who are interested, who might be smarter or more in tune than I am
    Then, just read Sec's post and you'll find the answer as to how interesting your OP.

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    I don't care what you think, or what is interesting to you.

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    It is an example of pseudoscience 

    The term "pseudoscience" is a word used when science and materialists have reached their limits of what they know and no one has any more to offer. So, if science hasn't caught up just throw any additional knowledge into the pseudoscience bin lol. After someone uses this term they prance off as if they have made an argument, pretty funny actually.
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    Yes, exactly.
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    Humans see patterns in everything. It doesn't mean anything a lot of the time. You need a reason to think the numbers mean something. Otherwise you might just be assigning random meaning to loosely correlated (but not necessarily conected) numbers. Every heavenly body has to be some diameter.
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    Your materialist answers do not phase me a bit. I KNOW the universe is designed, these numbers just make it even clearer. I am not trying to prove anything to anyone. Those who see will see it. Those who shut themselves off won't.


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    These nimbers don't prove or disprove anything. They are just random numbers.
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    They are not random. They are seven tangents out of 360 whole-number tangents. That is fine-tuned. 
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    Human brains are designed to see patterns and they are so good at it that they often see patterns in coincidental factors. 

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    Really? Designed? I know you didn't mean it, but you can't get away from the obvious.
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    There are no coincidences.
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    You are right I used a word that I would not usually. Evolved to see patterns.
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    There are no coincidences.
    What word would you l ok e to use when two things appear connected or similar when they in fact t have little or nothing to do with each other? Just pretend I used tgat word instead of coincidence

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    I am saying syncronicities/coincidences are part of the whole. They are designed,and meant to be. It is not a "coincidence' when you pick up the phone to call your sister and it rings and it's her. It is part of the design. It is not random. Everything is connected.
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    Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar
    -- Sigmund Freud

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    When plotted, these create frequencies of 20 to 140. The same exact frequency of the bass range. Maybe God has a really low voice.
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    All voices I know of are produced by physical beings. There is no reason to think that any god(s), if any exist, have voices at all. In any case the whole problem with numerology is that if you look hard enough at any number of series of numbers your mind is likely to attach importance to it even if none exists.

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    All voices I know of are produced by physical beings. There is no reason to think that any god(s), if any exist, have voices at all.

    Physics of Sound
    • Traveling Waves. Sound is produced when something vibrates. 
    “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” 

    "So we've heard that everything is energy. Everything, from an apple or an airplane, to a man or a tiger, and all the space in between is energy. Scientists have discovered this by breaking matter right down to the sub atomic level."

    All the Creator has to do is manipulate energy to create sound, a tone or anything it wishes. Since energy is always present with conscious activity this is the first tool used to manipulate frequencies, sounds, vibrations....these frequencies and vibrations control all of creation. 

    Have you asked yourself that special question I've told you about??


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