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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat
    Sorry.
    I did not want to disrupt your thread.
    You were away, doing God knows what.
    It is your thread.
    Get on with it.

    There is a innate difference in the process applied!
    Dichotomy is one process only.

    Everything takes place simultaneously.
    In a dichotomy.

    Preference is already.
    There is no before or after.

    Differentiation is another process altogether.
    In other words, girls are not dolls.
    Girls may have dolls, though.

    Differentiation is what does not add in a dichotomy.
    It is called inclusion.

    This is all what I wanted to say.

    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    1 + 2 = 3
    2 + 4 = 6

    Do not look at the sequence.
    Look at the loci

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    Comparing posts here because I noticed a parallel.

    Interesting, because the interpretation has led me to beleive that parallels are what we're speaking of here as well.

    Te and Ti are almost the same- just as the equations 1+2=3 and 2+4=6 are- a number plus its double. The numbers even make a lovely little overlaping pattern if arranged, so that the same numbers cross the top and the left-hand side.

    However, the numbers AREN'T the same- they are parallel equations as opposed to identical equations, just as some functions are almost identical, but in the end just run parallel to thier introverted/extroverted counterpart.

    They are distinct, and in most manners they are the same. The same thing can be said about a lot of things. After all, what are dolls but minature, lifeless girls?
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    man, this is way over my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    Comparing posts here because I noticed a parallel.

    Interesting, because the interpretation has led me to beleive that parallels are what we're speaking of here as well.

    Te and Ti are almost the same- just as the equations 1+2=3 and 2+4=6 are- a number plus its double. The numbers even make a lovely little overlaping pattern if arranged, so that the same numbers cross the top and the left-hand side.

    However, the numbers AREN'T the same- they are parallel equations as opposed to identical equations, just as some functions are almost identical, but in the end just run parallel to thier introverted/extroverted counterpart.

    They are distinct, and in most manners they are the same. The same thing can be said about a lot of things. After all, what are dolls but minature, lifeless girls?
    Yes! And exactly.

    FIRST PRICE: whatever.

    I say, splendid.

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    the mental puzzle was too delectable to avoid...

    ... and it all makes sense!
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    Ah. Brilliant deduction whatever. I didn't notice that other post.

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    ouch...this hurt my brain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Interesting math, aelan and Kuranes.

    Gives me something to think about in the rainy, endless nites.
    Where's the math for the Matryoshka dolls, eh?

    Ahh well -- it rains here too.

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    Just playing with the pattern
    Code:
      1   2   3   6  12  24
      2   4   6  12  24  48
      3   6   9  18  36  72
      6  12  18  36  72 144
     12  24  36  72 144 288
     24  48  72 144 288 576

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosaur View Post
    1*9=9 --> 0+9=9
    2*9=18 --> 1+8=9
    3*9=27 --> 2+7=9
    4*9=36 --> 3+6=9
    5*9=45 --> 4+5=9
    ...

    Meh, that only works up to 90 --> 9+0=9.
    I showed an example of it going past 90 in my post, but you have to take an extra step once you get into double digits, just as doubling of the digits is itself an extra step.
    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosaur View Post
    Symmetry is more interesting than numbers.
    Hmmm. Interesting claim. I think I agree with it. Of course they are not mutually exclusive. I can have "symmetry of numbers" also.
    "The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them that they are being attacked and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism, and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country."
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuranes View Post
    I showed an example of it going past 90 in my post, but you have to take an extra step once you get into double digits, just as doubling of the digits is itself an extra step.

    Hmmm. Interesting claim. I think I agree with it. Of course they are not mutually exclusive. I can have "symmetry of numbers" also.
    After I posted, I went back and read your post and realized it was the same thing. I think I was trying to expand on your idea but wound up with nothing original.

    So does the number 5 have the same kind of symmetry as a pentagon? I don't think so... a number doesn't have to have symmetry inherently. For example, if I have five oranges I can arrange them into all kinds of patterns, whether symmetrical or not. Maybe a pentagon is the highest order symmetry you can arrange five things. *thinks*

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