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Archimedes Plutonium[_2_]
December 22nd 09, 07:39 AM
Chapter: (pi) and (e) explained

What this chapter is all about is the reconciling and explaining as to
why the mathematical
numbers of (pi) and (e) are what they are. Why they have the value
they possess and why
they are transcendental numbers (meaning not algebraic).

A theory of physics that explains everything has to explain why pi has
a value of 3.14159....
and why e has a value of 2.71828..... The Big Bang theory could never
explain any of this.
The Atom Totality easily explains it since mathematics becomes all
about what atoms do,
and how many atoms exist giving rise to arithmetic, and what shapes
and sizes atoms
have giving rise to geometry.

That above statement is very important for it totally connects what
mathematics is, and mathematics is a tiny part of physics. In other
words, physics is tops and mathematics is a tiny part of physics.
Before the Atom Totality theory came along, the physicists and
mathematicians had the silly notion that mathematics is more
important than physics and that ultimately physics ends up as
some sort of mathematical equation. They were very silly back then.
But with the Atom Totality theory we see that mathematics is a tiny
subset of physics. That mathematics is all about: "What Atoms
are, and What Atoms do" So let me repeat that important statement:

"The Atom Totality easily explains it since mathematics becomes all
about what atoms do, and how many atoms exist giving rise to
arithmetic, and what shapes and sizes atoms
have giving rise to geometry."

I suppose one can say there is a Equation for the Universe or for
Physics and that equation is one simple word "Atoms" as what the
ancient Greek scientist Democritus once said "The only things that
exist is Atoms" If you accept and understand that, then by logic
you must come to realize that mathematics is a subset of physics.

The mathematician Hardy said it well in this paragraph.

--- quoting page 123 A MATHEMATICIAN'S APOLOGY, Hardy, 1940 ---
Some hold that it is 'mental' and that in some sense we construct it,
others that it is outside and independent of us. A man who could give
a convincing account of mathematical reality would have solved very
many
of the most difficult problems of metaphysics. If he could include
physical reality in his account, he would have solved them all.
--- end quoting Hardy ---

Well there is no "metaphysics" in the world since everything is
physics. So Hardy could have improved his paragraph if he had
deleted the term "metaphysics."

But the basic message of Hardy is that if someone can connect physics
to mathematics, would have solved the theory of the universe.

That connection and link is that the Universe itself is one big atom.
So mathematics becomes a tiny subset of physics. We have geometry
because
atoms have shapes and sizes. We have arithmetic and algebra because
atoms are numerous.

And since the Atom Totality has a Riemannian geometry of a shape like
a sphere the Atom Totality has a circumference and a diameter. Since
it is
one big atom or 231Plutonium which is the 5f6 and has
22 subshells inside of 7 shells. Now that is the *Rational
Approximation of the subshells and shells*. The actual number of
subshells and
shells yields the number (pi) precisely. And the reason pi is
transcendental is
because
it is growing or incomplete in development. Unlike a algebraic number
such as
2 or 7 or 22/7, pi is 3.14159...... in which we cannot tell what the
complete number
is since it is "growing". Transcendental numbers in mathematics are
not
stationary fixed numbers but growing numbers or incomplete numbers.
And the number (e) in Rational Approximation
is the fact
that the Atom Totality has 19 subshells occupied in a total of 22
possible subshells
inside 7 shells. So the rational-approximation of pi is 22/7 and e is
19/7. Both are
transcendental and growing.

You see, when a physics theory about the entire Universe is true, it
ties together
both physics and mathematics and explains why numbers like pi and e
are what they
are. The Big Bang theory could never do anything like this.

Archimedes Plutonium
www.iw.net/~a_plutonium
whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies