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YEN YANG PI = 6XXX6 

by Hoyt Pigman Email: davb007 (nospam) att.net 
27 Jan 2011

PI = MARK OF THE BEAST = volume X area = 6XXX6 = 60006/10001 = 6.0006 = 3.0003 rounded to 6 or 6.0006 = 6.000...0006 = 12XXX12/4XXX4 or...60006/10001 witch, = 6 or...until I turn it in, with 60006/10000, or out with 60006/10002 because it represents a solid meridian that is 1/6 of 1 sphere. Microsoft PI is a bit short. 
PI is not a circumference ratio. That is a false belief. PI is a proportionality and the Greeks knew that. US schools tried to explain that to me without expressing absolute PI as a number. It can be expressed as the number 6XXX6.
PI = sphere of yen and yang = 6.0006 base ten decimal
It has an inverse with harmonics. It has the harmonics of 1, 5, 666, 000, and it defines the arbitrary average time, .636, by harmonic reduction.
X = "multiplied by", PI = the proportionality, and d = diameter here.
This special sized sphere has a relationship between the volume, circumference, and the unit of measured diameter, which is on the outside of the diameter, and the circumference.
volume = 6.0006 meters X .5236 = 3.14191416 cubic meters rounded into 6 meridians for a whole sphere, or 18.85148496 cubic meters.
area = 6.0006 meters X .7855 = 4.7134713 squares X 6.0006 circles, or 28.28365588278 square meters rounded into a circle plane.
circumference = 6.0006 meters X 3.141 = 18.8478846 meters rounded distance
The outside circumference would be 6.0006 X 3.141.9.141.9.141.9.141 or: 18.8533702970296974846 meters rounded outside
PI X 1 second = Volume X 2/3 X area where 10/1 base, and 6/1 base units are rounded by distance sphered. (diameter is the distance sphered)
PI X 1 unit X volume factor = volume = .5236 cubic seconds, or cubic meters, per meridian of 6 per sphere.
PI can be easily entered on any calculator that uses base 10 numbers by entering the following:
4/.6666666666666666.........to the end of the range of the calculator and press =
6.000000000000000000000000000006 is the result with Microsoft Calculator. That is sphere/6 = (2/3)/.66666 X 1 = 6.6 or 4/(2/3):
PI/PI = (2/3) / .666666... = 6.000000000000000000000000000006/1.000000000000000000000000000001
PI = area X 2/3 X volume = PI = 6XXX6 = 6.0006 base 10 decimal
PI = .7855 X 2/3 X .5236 X 1 second = sphere with a diameter of 6XXX6 = 6.0006 base 10
PI = related volume X related area, or PI/volume = area X 2/3
PI/volume = area X 2/3 = .7855 X 0.6666... = .5236 = volume factor, .5236 round
PI X 1 = a circular plane with a 6XXX6 diameter
PI X 1 = a circular plane with a 6XXX6 diameter = number 6.0006 and gets smaller as the calculator increases it's range. The amount that it gets smaller is a relationship of fractions. The closer you get to what you are doing, the more accurate it gets.
Constants exist:
Volume constant per cube = .5236 rounded up
area constant per column = .7855 rounded up, or down with harmonics.
circumference constant per circle = 3.141.87...141.9.141.9.141
PI X 1 meter X volume constant = .5236 cubic meters
PI X 1 meter X area constant = .78547 square meters
PI X 1 meter X circumference constant = 3.141.9.141.9.141.9.141 meters
The 1's and PI's expand into diameters like:
d X d X d X .5236 = volume of any sphere
d X d X .785 = area of a circle plane
d X 3.142 = circumference on the outside of a sphere
1 ball = 1 X .5/.5 X .25/.25 X .666/.667 = 1  (.99850074962518740629685157421289 X .25/.25 X .5/.5 X 1) + 1 = range of units of my calculator used as one incremental expansion of the volume in one sphere.
.5236 X .7855 = (1/2 + 1/5 + 3/10 + 6/10) X (7/10 + 8/10 + 5/10 + 4/10 short) = 0.411.2878.round = ball round by error.
My Microsoft calculator extends to a range of 30 digits, (5 X 3) and so I could use a real small PI, but I use a large PI of 6.0006 to calculate and record the volume constant per cube.
This will be about: 0.52359877559829887307710723054606 when I get finished with the calculation.
Unfortunately, that might be short like Microsoft PI which is: 3.1415926535897932384626433832795 and so I need to check it.
3.1415926535897932384626433832795/0.52359877559829887307710723054606 = 6.000000000000000000000000000006
The really pretty harmonics exist going back the other way.
PI X 1 = a sphere with a 6XXX6 meter diameter
PI X 1 = a sphere with a 6.0006 meter diameter
6.0006 meters X Volume factor = 3.14191416 cubic meters rounded X 6 meridians = sphere
This is a major revelation in mathmatics from the Babylonian Bible and is related to the yen yang circle in my opinion.
I have another revelation cooking in the pot.
Microsoft PI may be a curve that lies inside the sphere. It is still useful. PI is not a circumference constant. PI is a proportionality.
My volume constant number is eventually going to meet up with Microsoft PI. This will cause my constant to stay the same, and Microsoft PI will end up getting rounded off to something else in order to be exactly proportional.
That may change some things about science by a tiny, tiny, amount that might help with tritium pollution in water by atomic fission reactors.
encsribed by Leon Ratticus 
This work is in the public domain 

