loucol wrote:
… The transcendentals are a summation to infinity.
lim Pi as Pi goes to infinity is 4 (at infinity the circle is a square and a square is a circle)
lim e as e goes to infinity is 3
lim phi as phi goes to infinity is 2 (not sure at all about this one, phi is motion and very slippery)
The transcendentals are the way to the next whole number. They transcend to bridge the
infinite gap between counting numbers. Do not ask me to
prove this or anything else. I will not attempt to prove the existence of God either. You just have to
see the results. Numbers are
REAL.
Hi Louis, I’m beginning to 'sense' what you mean.
I’m not sure "the transcendentals are the way to the next whole number."
Pi and
e (and for that matter
Phi) might be just fractional
constants, allowing us to mathematically interpolate between
real discrete states. But I’ll think about it, thanks!
This (still) doesn’t make any sense to me: "the limit of
pi for
pi goes to infinity is
4"..? The limit of
pi for
pi goes to infinity is infinity. Did you perhaps mean: the limit of
pi for
Phi goes to infinity is
4, and similarly the limit of
e for
Phi goes to infinity is
3? And the limit of
Phi for
Phi goes to infinity is infinity, not
2..