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 Post subject: The Riddle of Binary Code.......
PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2013 2:34 pm 
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Code of the gods?
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zeros and ones....(code of the humans)
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 Post subject: Re: The Riddle of Binary Code.......
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Is this something you made up? Like, this is what a code the gods might use would look like... or is it found somewhere?


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WG1 would be so happy to see this :lol:

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Rob wrote:
Is this something you made up? Like, this is what a code the gods might use would look like... or is it found somewhere?


It came to me from 'that other place'. lsol

How about this........?

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Or maybe this............

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True = +1

Unknown = 0

Flase = -1

OR is it something else?

Computer - Power symbol

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 3:33 pm 
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Yes


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Ok, tell me more..... lsol


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It's a picture from NBC's "Revolution" ... obviously derived from your power button.

As to Rob's observation, this is ... a code the gods might use ...
It's possible they also use ASCII.

http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=crop+circle+poirino+italy+june+2011&qpvt=crop+circle+poirino+italy+june+2011&FORM=IGRE#view=detail&id=B02CF2D8D2734E8AFBC4976304DEC6CDC0EF326E&selectedIndex=0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=rQHRG8fj3J8

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Interesting..

Another way to look at 0 and 1 is female and male.

Why is binary code called one's and zero's and not zero's and one's? 8)

After all 0 becomes BEFORE 1......

More brainwashing with twisting meanings by TPTB?


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Binary I could see because on and off is universal ... ascii is to "earthbound" ... it's only been around since computers ... unless you drift into thinking our use of that came from alien tech ....?

Even general math is questionable... Is a primary number in base 10, still a primary if converted to hex .. or base 7 ...?

Geometry is universal, too...

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Binary I could see because on and off is universal ... ascii is to "earthbound" ... it's only been around since computers ... unless you drift into thinking our use of that came from alien tech ....?

Even general math is questionable... Is a primary number in base 10, still a primary if converted to hex .. or base 7 ...?

Geometry is universal, too...


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A prime is a prime no matter which base you use to represent it. On
the surface one might think that in Hex you would have 3*5 = 15 as
"usual," but it really turns out that 3*5 = F.

The example 21 doesn't work too well because it is not prime.
The base ten number 37 is better, because it is prime, but its Hex
representation is 25, which sort of looks non-prime. Hex 25 is not,
however, repeat not, 5 squared.

Okay, enough for examples. The fact of being prime or composite is
just a property of the number itself, regardless of the way you write
it. 15 and F and Roman numeral XV all mean the number, which is 3
times 5, so it is composite. That is the way it is for all numbers, in
the sense that if a base ten number N has factors, you can represent
those factors in Hex and their product will be the number N in Hex.

Relating to your question about base 13, the base ten number 13 will
be represented as "10" in that system, but "10" will still be a prime,
because you cannot find two numbers other than 1 and "10" that will
multiply together to make "10".

I hope this helps you think about primes in other bases.


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There are 10 kinds of people in this world: Those that understand binary, and those that don't. :lol:

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vision-master wrote:
Interesting..
Another way to look at 0 and 1 is female and male.
Why is binary code called one's and zero's and not zero's and one's? 8)
After all 0 becomes BEFORE 1......
More brainwashing with twisting meanings by TPTB?

Nope, it's because we read from from left to right but binary runs right to left. The smallest digit is the extreme right, but just as we say 1's and 2's (left to right) we say 1's and 0's. It isn't anything twisted at all.

And of course you can go deeper. 0 is the null state, while 1 is an active - the original binary was NOT 1's and 0's it was On's and Off's - On is a 1 and Off is a 0.

Simple...

As for the third symbol, maybe they have read Edward de Bono in your 'Other Place'? :lol:


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1's and 0's, on's and off's, true's and false's, there's and not there's, high's and low's. All different ways of looking at binary. Computers use binary because it easiest to discriminate electronically between on and off. Some early computers were analog in nature with lots of dials for input and meters for output. Analog can be more accurate as it has the ability to be at an infinite number of levels between it's lowest and highest levels. Just as a good LP music album has the capability of reproducing music far more precisely than a CD or mp3 ever will.

One method that computers convert analog signals to digital representations is called "Successive approximation". This is done by answering a true/false logic question using what is called a comparator circuit over and over again until it homes in on an "approximation" of the analog value presented. You have surely played the game Higher/Lower. That somewhat how it works.

Any question can be answered by correctly answering enough true/false questions. The trick is using a sufficient number of those true/false questions.

For instance... suppose you had the number pi

3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510582....

higher than 3? true
higher than 4? false
higher than 3.5? false
higher than 3.25? false
higher than 3.125? true
higher than 3.1875? false
higher than 3.15625? false
higher than 3.140625? true

and so on and so on to infinity and you never arrive at the answer because pi is an irrational number.

So if you want exactness and precision and truth... you must use an analog system that is capable of an infinite expression.

so, NO, binary is not the code of the gods.


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Acolyte wrote:
vision-master wrote:
Interesting..
Another way to look at 0 and 1 is female and male.
Why is binary code called one's and zero's and not zero's and one's? 8)
After all 0 becomes BEFORE 1......
More brainwashing with twisting meanings by TPTB?

Nope, it's because we read from from left to right but binary runs right to left. The smallest digit is the extreme right, but just as we say 1's and 2's (left to right) we say 1's and 0's. It isn't anything twisted at all.

And of course you can go deeper. 0 is the null state, while 1 is an active - the original binary was NOT 1's and 0's it was On's and Off's - On is a 1 and Off is a 0.

Simple...

As for the third symbol, maybe they have read Edward de Bono in your 'Other Place'? :lol:


Tell me how binary runs from right to left?

Also why is 0 null?


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