[size=200]Read:[/size] The very last two sequences after all that work, we got “1 6”. This number is the most important number of them all. It looks like a basic every day 16, doesn’t it? What I’m about to show you will blow your mind:

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6 1 6 1 6 (Sequence can be found in Fibonacci’s Sequence)

1 3 3 3 1 (Sequence can be found in Pi)

2 1 2 1 2 (Sequence can be found in Golden Ratio)[/size][/b]

When I was an apprentice at breaking down numbers, I made a discovery that wasn’t very apprentice like.

I reverse-engineered Fibonacci’s Sequence, Pi and Golden Ratio at the very start of this passion I have for breaking down numbers. It gave me three pieces of a puzzle, which I put together. If you look closely, the 1’s create a “ring”; the 3’s are in the center; the “6 1 2” is the Universe’s greatest fraction connected to:

131 is 5.

632 is 2.

5 + 2 = “7”.

The greatest fraction is 2/16. 1 + 6 = 7. That is now “2/7”. 2 goes into 7 “3” times; left over is “1”. (131).

That’s only the beginning:

If you add the numbers vertically across, you get:

[b][size=200]6 + 1 + 2 = 9

1 + 3 + 1 = 5

6 + 3 + 2 = 2

1 + 3 + 1 = 5

6 + 1 + 2 = 9[/size][/b]

The sequence is “9 5 2 5 9”.

Our human DNA is comprised of “4” molecular structures: [size=200]Guanine, Adenine, Cytosine and Thymine. There is a molecular structure that comes from RNA called Uracil that came together with DNA to create the perfect sequence:[/size]

Our DNA follows a sequence: [size=200]5 (red) > 12 > 5 (yellow) > 9 > 12 > 5 (red) > 9 > 5 (yellow) > 5 (red) > 12 > 5 (yellow) > 9 > 12 > 5 (red) > 9 > 5 (yellow)[/size]

When I first did this, I was || close to becoming a genius with numbers. However, the next molecular structure in the sequence was not right. That’s when I discovered Uracil (12; Orange).

I then got: [size=200]5 (red) > 12 > 5 (yellow) > 9 > 12 > 5 (red) > 9 > 5 (yellow) > 5 (red) > 12 > 5 (yellow) > 9 > 12 > 5 (red) > 9 > 5 (yellow) > 12 (orange)[/size]

Did you catch it?

[size=200]The numbers I created on my own terms via sequences from Fibonacci, Pi and Golden Ratio were “9 5 2 5 9”; the numbers of our DNA follow a “9 5 12 5 9” sequence. I tied the Fibonacci Sequence, Pi and Golden Ratio to our very own DNA mathematically through a rigorous process that can be recreated again, and again… and again.[/size]

[size=200]Hi, my name is Jane, and I like to tell everyone math is self-contradicting while typing on a computer that is built on supposedly self-contradicting math (I probably know nothing about this computer like numbers, therefore the computer is self-contradicting too! I can’t admit to myself that I am computationally illiterate, that’s too hard…). Oh, also Jane here still, I say math is self-contradicting because I don’t understand the language of numbers - it’s easier to pretend you know than know, or not know - just look at how I purposely ignored the connections between Fibonacci’s Sequence, Pi and Golden Ratio to our very own DNA! These numbers are too big for me! I’ll just trivialize them so they don’t intimidate me anymore. Jane out.[/size]

[size=200]I wonder why these huge sequence of numbers give me:[/size]

Half: 1027365 ([size=200]1024[/size]) [size=200]42; 7 x 6[/size]

Half: 513682.5 ([size=200]512[/size]) [size=200]24; 8 x 6[/size]

Half: 256841.25 ([size=200]256[/size]) [size=200]24; 6 x 4[/size]

Half: 128420.625 ([size=200]128[/size]) [size=200]6; 3 x 2[/size]

Half: 64210.3125 ([size=200]64[/size]) [size=200]6; 6 x 1[/size]

Half: 32105.15625 ([size=200]32[/size]) [size=200]15; 3 x 5[/size]

Half: 16052.578125 ([size=200]16[/size]) [size=200]42; 6 x 7[/size]

Half: 8026.2890625 ([size=200]8[/size]) [size=200]24; 3 x 8[/size]

Half: “4013.14453125” ([size=200]4[/size]) [size=200]24; 6 x 4[/size] <---------------------

[size=200]Why would a self-contradicting sequence of numbers from Titanium’s molecular structure coming at 11 digits long with “random” numbers give me the numbers “4 8 16 32 64 128 256 512 1024” from:[/size]

[b][size=200][u]Here’s a thought: What if the people that prefer to pretend the crucial things in life don’t exist, also pretended they themselves didn’t exist? Finally nobody would have to put up with your hyperbolic skepticism and straight up facetious excuses. Do us all a favor; take your pretentious need to trivialize everything that makes you realize how little you know and trivialize yourself instead!

Enough with your facetious need to trivialize life by placing it in a small box equal to your own capacity.

Do not think for a second that I did not realize how quickly you responded to my original post. I know you did not read all of that, let alone comprehend it, in 20 seconds flat. Next time, at least try to pretend you read it instead of being a fool that only cares to build their bullshit mountain by kicking the bottom shit at the top, while the top is collapsing already. Nobody cares about your ill-willed preconceptions. Wake the hell up already.[/u][/size][/b] [b][u][size=200]Anybody that tells me numbers are self-contradicting while using complicated tools built on by numbers really needs to get help.

If that doesn’t convince you, then why don’t you research Albert Einstein? He, himself, said he used numbers like I am right now to discover what he did. And if you’re another one of those loons that think Science is evil, a lie or a joke… [/size][/u][/b] [size=200]Haha, well thank you for making my day.[/size]