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In the Pythagoras Theorem, a² + b² = c² a number of modern concepts and methods are made as well, they include…

a) the idea of absolute, eternal and ballistic truth possibly the merit of science, and also found in “The New Testament” derived from Socratism such as mitigation of the soul, the eternity of the soul and the truth, the way and the life.

b) the idea of taking an foreign object and describing it in concept possibly the origin of physics because physics seeks to form mathematics formula that describe observations in the same way as Pythagoras theorem describes a triangle.

c) Finally their is a concept of distinct information via numbers and via the association of numbers. The rules that form the Hindu number system generate new information by association, as well as storing information on their own.

Modern Physics is about applying the mathematical formula to nature's way.


Archimedes describes one of the most common forms in nature, it is the logarithmic spiral, the spiral is found in galaxies, storms and even sea shells. The logarithmic spiral is the spiral that describes natural formations, Archimedes the discover of Phi ratio is commonly misreported as the logarithmic spiral, that is not to say their is error. The discovery of irrational number is credited to Hippasus of Metapontum. The logarithmic spiral was first described mathematically by René Descartes. Pagans have been depicting the symbol for the ages.

In polar coordinates (r, θ) the logarithmic curve can be written as r = ae


Leonardo Fibonacci known for the Fibonacci Sequence and authorship of the book Liber Abaci was the re-finding of Archimedian and Greek mathematics and also with the inclusion of the Hindu numeric system. The Fibonacci spiral is Phi, aka the golden ratio and divine ratio and was first described by Archimedes.

Fibonacci shows how nature uses the sequence in the generation of offspring and also puts a number to nature conceptually like Pythagoras.

1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34.

So now we can see that 3 is atomic while 33/99 is a compound of information, to simplify 33/99 to its atomic form is at a sacrifice of information.


Claude Shannon describes information theory, in the modern day we assume the universe as a computer system a system based on information and computation. We leave the numeric system as a driver and store of all possibilities via association, on their own and by all operation that can be performed on them, we enter the world where the universe a distinct formula.

In an analogue universe it is based on radio waves, in its digital form based upon energy in area to form a digit.

Data communication seems to be at every corner, Marconi used radio waves to create a trans atlantic radio broadcast, the telegraph and the telephone as well, the model of transmitter, medium and reciever says , no real universe needed, universe depends on reciever tuning, computer programs and algorithms and more. Shannon is about computer universe.

The Saturn Observation

The polar region of Saturn shows geometry at a distance, platonic geometry is seldom found naturally is has to be reshaped to fit with the exception of snow flakes. Saturns polar geometry reveals how spirals and form is made. It is the model of the entire universe.

πr² at min r is at its maximum density, πr² at max r is where c is at max 2πr

everything inbetween is either being pulled to the polar region or the axis but it cannot occupy those regions due to maximal energy per area, the result is it lives outside, the centrpedal force of the planet in rotaion is cause for the logarithmic spiral, in the polar region and anywhere else with the oblong spheroid. The motion of the spheroid is driven by convection as is the motion of the energy. We are describing weather systems and storm stacks, a singular universal concept where galaxies are generated by the same convection and motion that storms are. A convection based universe is core and predates the concept of motion. Unlike Shannon, a universe described universally by Meteorology.

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