# Mathematics: The Language of Nature

wanderlusion (@wanderlusion) 8 years, 2 months ago

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Mathematics is the language of nature. Everything could be read and understood through numbers. If you graph the numbers of any system, patterns emerge. Therefore, there are patterns are all around you.
— From Pi: The Movie

Human thoughts have an effect within numbers. There are RNG (Random Number Generators) which human thoughts can have an effect on. In the 1980s Roger Nelson began researching about a strange phenomena that had been reported by other researchers too. These Random Number Generators could be affected by the proximity of the people next to them. And throughout the years they noticed that people have a change on the behaviors of the random number generators. It’s like coin tossing but instead with numbers.

So they took this idea that if one person can alter the numbers, maybe they could with the mass thoughts of entire cities. So now there’s this global consciousness project where they placed these random number generators all around the globe with over 340 of them: from Hawaii, Australia, New Zealand, Europe etc.. And what they noticed was that when large number of people share a conscious state, especially emotional, their network would show a deviation shift in numbers. Every major global event, it has. One of the major global events that had the strongest shift was the presidential elections in 2008, when the polls closed and Obama had his victory speech. So even our human thoughts have an effect in numbers in a collective conscious when the numbers are graphed throughout the globe.

Terrance McKenna had a theory called “Time Wave Zero” where he took the I-Ching (book of changes), which is one of the oldest Chinese classic texts and graphed it. This book traces back to the 3rd and 2nd millennium B.C. In the text, there are like 62 sets of hexagrams which are made of horizontal bars and dots. So he took the I-Ching, and mathematically graphed it in a linear model with a computer program with a rising and falling line. And he noticed something amazing where the parts of the line that were highest to lowest corresponded with times in history when new forms were developing. When it fell into a crevasse, it aligned with a time when reality seemed to be falling apart, or when there was a great event, or group of events all at once that galvanized people. the last rise was around the time of Classical Greece. The last peak was around 1968 when the Vietnam War was escalated into its final death throws. Like from the quote from the movie Pi, if you graph numbers of any system patterns emerge, and Terrance graphed the I Ching and came upon patterns of history!

“Terence McKenna wrote in Food Of The Gods that language is a synesthetic technology that allows us to encode information in sound patterns and transmit it wirelessly through time and space. It is, in essence, the first information technology. He believes the catalyst may have been the boundary-dissolving effects of psychedelic mushrooms ingested by early hominids. It’s a wild idea, but it inspired this expository discourse.”
— Jason Silva

Even language is a form of information technology. Terrance McKenna wrote in the “Food of the Gods” that language is a synesthetic technology that allows us to encode information in sound patterns and transmit it wirelessly through time and space! So in essence, language is the first creation of information technology! So with language we transmit information through space and time wirelessly.

So think about it, there’s evidence of our thoughts having an effect on numbers when graphed via “Random Number Generators”. Language may encode information in sound via the first information technology beyond our DNA. When numbers are graphed, and precisely measured, the future can be predicted through patterns. Mathematics is the language of nature. Everything can be understood through numbers.

September 13, 2013 at 1:29 pm
Ripple (2) (@oneness243) 8 years, 2 months ago ago

Great piece of work!

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Zykanthos (4,757)M (@chodebalm) 8 years, 2 months ago ago

I don’t mean to rain on your parade, but I’ve heard about this number generator project before, so I did a little research, because I’m always skeptical of stuff like this. Here’s some interesting information:

“Skeptics such as Robert T. Carroll, Claus Larsen, and others have questioned the methodology of the Global Consciousness Project, particularly how the data are selected and interpreted,[3][4] saying the data anomalies reported by the project are the result of “pattern matching” and selection bias which ultimately fail to support a belief in psi or global consciousness.[5] Other critics, whilst disagreeing with GCP findings, have noted that the open operation of GCP “is a testimony to the integrity and curiosity of those involved.”

“Independent scientists Edwin May and James Spottiswoode conducted an analysis of the data around the 11 September 2001 events and concluded there was no statistically significant change in the randomness of the GCP data during the attacks and the apparent significant deviation reported by Nelson and Radin existed only in their chosen time window.[20] Spikes and fluctuations are to be expected in any random distribution of data, and there is no set time frame for how close a spike has to be to a given event for the GCP to say they have found a correlation.[20] Wolcotte Smith said “A couple of additional statistical adjustments would have to be made to determine if there really was a spike in the numbers,” referencing the data related to September 11, 2001.[21] Similarly, Jeffrey D. Scargle believes unless both Bayesian and classical p-value analysis agree and both show the same anomalous effects, the kind of result GCP proposes will not be generally accepted.[22]”

Part of being a scientist is questioning and trying to validate what you’ve learned or been told.

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Egarim (363)C (@egarim) 8 years, 2 months ago ago

Mathematics is man’s interpretation of the language of nature.

Nature speaks in a far more beautiful dialect.

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LVX (297) (@Vovinawol) 8 years, 2 months ago ago

Letters have always been merely symbols of a number. And numbers made up the first languages before letters were laid down. To me, science is only starting to catch up with what the ancient races already knew.

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Peace (5) (@ezetelneser) 8 years, 2 months ago ago

@egarim, indeed…

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