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The Calendar & the GOD=7_4 algorithm/code (topic)
Our measurement of time historically comes from our observations of our physical universe. Years are based on the annual orbit of Earth being 365.25 days long. Months were originally based on the lunar 'moonth' of 29.53 days or an...
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Brad Watson

08/31/14 15:39:51
4÷7 = .571428... repeating without end - an example of the GOD=7_4 algorithm (topic)
4÷7 = .571428... Decimals of this kind in which the same figures are infinitely repeated are called repeating decimals. The part repeated is called the repetend and .571428 (4÷7) is one of many examples of the GOD=7_4 algorithm (see...
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Brad Watson

06/23/14 18:09:24
The 'Theory of Everything' - Seal #2: Plan-it Theory of GOD=7_4 algorithm or FOD=6_4 (Planet Nestor), Seal #3: Unified Strings 21/19 Theory (M-theory + time analysis), Seal #4: S=19 (18.6) Theory (topic)
Theory of Everything: Interdisciplinary Science, Comparative Religion, World History and Culture, Linguistics, Music, Art, Architecture Seal #2: Plan-it Theory of GOD=7_4 algorithm (Earth) or FOD=6_4 (Planet Nestor), FIG=6|7 - Design...
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Brad Watson

06/09/14 18:53:10
The Ancients observed the GOD=7_4 algorithm in the heavens(74=H8+E5+A1+V22+E5+N14+S19) (topic)
PART 1All the ancients observed the nightly heavens. They saw 7 moving objects - the 7 Classical Planets* - and 4 don't cast shadows on Earth (Venus does)/4 can't be easily seen during daytime (Venus can be). There are 4 phases of the...
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Brad Watson

05/23/14 18:24:38
GOD=7_4 Theory/program/ algorithm/code examples (topic)
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was GOD." - John47 1:1GOD=7_4 (G is the 7th letter, a circle, D=4) is a program/algorithm that produces combinations of 7 & 4 (& 0): 7+4, 7-4, 7x4, 7÷4, 74,...
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Brad Watson

03/05/14 19:40:43