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Re: ERROR in Pi Number
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Montgomery-Smith, Stephen |
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Re: ERROR in Pi Number |
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Wed, 20 Jul 2016 21:29:37 +0000 |
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On 07/20/2016 11:46 AM, Ariel Gonzalez wrote:
> Hello...
>
> Am sorry to say you that pi that you're using has an error. I would
> say that pi was maliciously manipulated by an international academic
> elite of mobsters with very dark purposes.
>
> pi = 3.141592654... is an error.
> pi = 3.144605511... is the correct value for pi.
>
> There is a number that is called the golden ratio of the creation, its
> name is phi and its value is:
>
> phi = (1+5^(1/2))/2 = 1.61803398...
>
> This number (phi) is derived from a series that is embodied in all the
> creation, the Fibonacci Series:
>
> 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987,
> 1597, 2584, 4181, 6765, 10946, 17711, 28657, 46368, 75025, 121393,
> 196418, 317811, ...
>
> Example:
> 317811/196418 = 1.618033989... that is approximate to the value of
> (1+5^(1/2))/2 = 1.61803398...
>
> The true value of pi is:
>
> pi = 4/phi^(1/2) = 3.144605511...
>
> The math we're using needs a total overhaul. For example there is
> another constant that is maliciously maladjusted "e = 2.718281828..."
> which is an error.
>
> Based on the math derived from Fibonacci series and the golden ratio
> of creation, the true value of "e" should be:
>
> e = 1+phi = phi^2 = 2.61803398...
>
> and
>
> phi = (1+5^(1/2))/2 = 1.61803398...
>
> With that new value for "e" the logarithmic scale and trigonometric
> function can be rectified, so they can engage with the true value of
> pi = 3.144605511...
>
> sin(x) = (e^i*x - e^-i*x)/2i
>
> cos(x) = (e^i*x + e^-i*x)/2
>
> And with "e = 2.61803398..." the period of trigonometric function will
> close at "pi = 3.144605511..."
>
> Best Regards.
So pi is a root of the polynomial x^4 + 16x^2 - 256? That is very cool!
Anyway, I computed e^{2 pi i} and I now have a new value for one. It is
now approximately
1 = 0.97359798556427213238836949200052407509820171984711 -
0.22826949534528557438749159854980776607742186808146 i