Numerological Physics

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Jerry Iuliano

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Ancient Numbers Revealed in Scientific Formulas The Works of Jerry Iuliano, Compiled by Joseph E. Mason
Numerological Physics ( )
J. Iuliano

“Numerological physics concerns physics-only mathematics and their connection to a specific set of integers. These integers are very specific (57 and 37) and do 90% of the source load to the fundamental force values; electron, proton etc. … a set of individual numbers … that can represent physical exact force constants in Nature and … are unique and invariant without their dimensioning!

<source lang="text"> ( 938.272029 / .510998908 ) * 4.669201609 * 10 = 1 / .0000116640286 (.0000116637) (1)


Equation (1) by itself links two fundamental forces:

Electrical phenomenon
  • fine-structure constant = 1/137.30359997
  • and the weak nuclear force = Gw ( fermi-coupler = .0000116637 )

to the primitive energies:

of the electron = .510998908 and
proton = 938.272029

with the strange bifurcation constant of Feigenbaum

δ = 4.669201609102990...

controlling any chaos generated in the equation.

“Of course everything would be fine and dandy without the "numerological" numbers, 37 and 18, but they are as key in the equations as the physical numbers themselves, thus this is the link to the pre-wired state of human brains as they react to the holographic matrix in everyone's brain that links to the outside universe, both macro and micro.

That these numbers are a fit to the spiritual side of the brain and thus are key to deriving information out of the chaos through these integers in various formulas. Einstein said to be wary of extremely simple equations that fit natures pickiness of results, but I am from the Occam's razor school of less is more. "

From the book, Mathematical Sorcery, by Calvin Clausen, on page 220 and 221,is an example of an infinite product series:

"Suppose we begin with a circle which has a radius of one unit length , and then inscribe within this circle an equilateral triangle. We then inscribe another circle within that triangle. Inside the second circle we inscribe a square followed by a pentagon. We continue this process, each time inscribing a circle followed by a regular polygon, with one more side. Surprisingly, the figures do not continue inward toward the center of the first circle, but approaches a smaller circle as a limit. This is because each successive polygon has an additional side. The inscribed polygons approach the shape of a circle. What is the radius of the limiting circle?"

Clausen gives the answer as an infinite product series: 3 = triangle , 4=square , 5=pentagon ...etc.

<source lang="text"> radius = cos( Pi/3 ) * cos( Pi/4 ) * cos( Pi/5) * cos( Pi/6 ) * ....... = .11494.... (2)


See also

Logistic Map
The basis, plotted with the square roots in the in the expanded