eanbardsley
(eanbardsley)
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Bio:
Ian Beardsley is a scientist and a musician. His work in the sciences has been in ETs and AI (Extraterrestrials and Artificial Intelligence). His work has lead to the discovery that the recipe for AI is written in Nature and that ETs have possibly provided us with messages encoded in our science and history. This has resulted in his books: "The AI Cookbooks" and "Utah and The Annunaki". His fandangos played on the guitar carry him through life in his pursuits.
Example:
(a, b, c) is 1, 2, 3 and 97, 98, 99 in ascii computer code, the first three numbers before 100. One hundred is 100% or, totality.
(a, b, c) corresponds to (i, j, k) the unit vector
(i, j, k) corresponds to (x, y, z) the axis of a rectangular coordinate system.
(i, j, k) has respective values of 9, 10, 11, the first three integers before 12. Twelve is the most abundant number for its size, that is, it is evenly divisible by 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12 while their sum is greater than 12. In this sense, 12 is an expression of totality.
(x, y, z) has respective ascii values of 120, 121, 122. the first three numbers before 123, taking us back to the 1, 2, 3 of a, b, c.
I wrote the following code in C for Caesar's Cipher, the oldest of ciphers. If we use standard input of hello, we notice the first letter h, becomes the unit vector < i, j, k>:
Caesar's Cipher
#include
#include
#include
int main (int argc, string argv[1])
{
int k = atoi(argv[1]);
if (argc>2 || argc<2)
{
printf("Give me a single string: ");
}
else
{
printf("Give me a word: ");
}
string s = GetString();
for (int i=0, n=strlen(s); i
{
printf("%c", s[i]+k);
}
printf("n");
}
Running it produces:
jharvard@appliance (~): cd Dropbox
jharvard@appliance (~/Dropbox): make cipher
clang -ggdb3 -O0 -std=c99 -Wall -Werror cipher.c -lcs50 -lm -o cipher
jharvard@appliance (~/Dropbox): ./cipher
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
jharvard@appliance (~/Dropbox): ./cipher 1
Give me a word: hello
ifmmp
jharvard@appliance (~/Dropbox): ./cipher 2
Give me a word: hello
jgnnq
jharvard@appliance (~/Dropbox): ./cipher 3
Give me a word: hello
khoor
jharvard@appliance (~/Dropbox):
I believe i, j, k points to the constellation Aquila, meaning Eagle and that is the origin from which ETs will try to communicate to us.
The Earth Orbital Period:
The Earth circles to Sun once every 365 days. 3 in ascii computer code is the ETX (End of Transmission) key on the keyboard. 6 in ascii computer code is the ACK key on the keyboard and 5 in ascii computer code is the ENQ key on the keyboard meaning Enquiry. Therefore, I believe we have the message from ETs: "ET X End of Transmission, Acknowledge Enquiry.
ET Decryption 03
We consider the binary nibble:
(0110)
Now scroll left:
(1100)
Scroll left again:
(1000)
This gives:
0110 1100 1000
The 0110 is six in binary (110)
The 1100 is 12 in binary
The 1000 is 8
We have:
6, 12, 8
These three numbers divide nicely into the 360 degrees of a circle:
360/6 = 60 = equilateral triangle
360/12 = 30 = angle in 30 60 90 triangle for determining value trig functions
360/8 = 45 = angle in 45 45 90 triangle for determining trig functions
Also:
12/2 = 6 8/2 = 4 6/2 = 3
These are the number of sides in the three regular tessellators.
But we take the 3, the 6, and the 4 and write 364.
364 ~ 365 = number of days in a year.
Is this a message from ETs?
ET Decryption 04
Noticing that nine-fifths (9/5) is the ratio of the molar mass of gold (Au) to silver (Ag) and in the ratio of the solar radius (R) to the lunar orbital radius (r), that is:
Au/Ag = R/r
While the sun is gold in color and the moon is silver in color, I wrote at some point:
We have said that the three sets of characters (a, b, c), (i, j, k), (x, y, z) are at the basis of mathematics and that applying them to caesarâ€™s cipher we find they are intimately connected with artificial intelligence and computer science. We further noted that this was appropriate because there are only two vowels in these sets, and that they are a and i, the abbreviation for artificial intelligence (AI). I now notice it goes further. Clearly at the crux of our work is nine-fifths. So we ask, is his nine-fifths connected with important characters as well pointing to computer science. It is. The fifth letter in the alphabet is e, and the ninth letter is i. Electronic devices and applications are more often than anything else described with e and i:
ebook
ibook
email
ipad
iphone
And the list goes on.
Ian Beardsley is a scientist and a musician. His work in the sciences has been in ETs and AI (Extraterrestrials and Artificial Intelligence). His work has lead to the discovery that the recipe for AI is written in Nature and that ETs have possibly provided us with messages encoded in our science and history. This has resulted in his books: "The AI Cookbooks" and "Utah and The Annunaki". His fandangos played on the guitar carry him through life in his pursuits.
Example:
(a, b, c) is 1, 2, 3 and 97, 98, 99 in ascii computer code, the first three numbers before 100. One hundred is 100% or, totality.
(a, b, c) corresponds to (i, j, k) the unit vector
(i, j, k) corresponds to (x, y, z) the axis of a rectangular coordinate system.
(i, j, k) has respective values of 9, 10, 11, the first three integers before 12. Twelve is the most abundant number for its size, that is, it is evenly divisible by 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12 while their sum is greater than 12. In this sense, 12 is an expression of totality.
(x, y, z) has respective ascii values of 120, 121, 122. the first three numbers before 123, taking us back to the 1, 2, 3 of a, b, c.
I wrote the following code in C for Caesar's Cipher, the oldest of ciphers. If we use standard input of hello, we notice the first letter h, becomes the unit vector < i, j, k>:
Caesar's Cipher
#include
#include
#include
int main (int argc, string argv[1])
{
int k = atoi(argv[1]);
if (argc>2 || argc<2)
{
printf("Give me a single string: ");
}
else
{
printf("Give me a word: ");
}
string s = GetString();
for (int i=0, n=strlen(s); i
printf("%c", s[i]+k);
}
printf("n");
}
Running it produces:
jharvard@appliance (~): cd Dropbox
jharvard@appliance (~/Dropbox): make cipher
clang -ggdb3 -O0 -std=c99 -Wall -Werror cipher.c -lcs50 -lm -o cipher
jharvard@appliance (~/Dropbox): ./cipher
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
jharvard@appliance (~/Dropbox): ./cipher 1
Give me a word: hello
ifmmp
jharvard@appliance (~/Dropbox): ./cipher 2
Give me a word: hello
jgnnq
jharvard@appliance (~/Dropbox): ./cipher 3
Give me a word: hello
khoor
jharvard@appliance (~/Dropbox):
I believe i, j, k points to the constellation Aquila, meaning Eagle and that is the origin from which ETs will try to communicate to us.
The Earth Orbital Period:
The Earth circles to Sun once every 365 days. 3 in ascii computer code is the ETX (End of Transmission) key on the keyboard. 6 in ascii computer code is the ACK key on the keyboard and 5 in ascii computer code is the ENQ key on the keyboard meaning Enquiry. Therefore, I believe we have the message from ETs: "ET X End of Transmission, Acknowledge Enquiry.
ET Decryption 03
We consider the binary nibble:
(0110)
Now scroll left:
(1100)
Scroll left again:
(1000)
This gives:
0110 1100 1000
The 0110 is six in binary (110)
The 1100 is 12 in binary
The 1000 is 8
We have:
6, 12, 8
These three numbers divide nicely into the 360 degrees of a circle:
360/6 = 60 = equilateral triangle
360/12 = 30 = angle in 30 60 90 triangle for determining value trig functions
360/8 = 45 = angle in 45 45 90 triangle for determining trig functions
Also:
12/2 = 6 8/2 = 4 6/2 = 3
These are the number of sides in the three regular tessellators.
But we take the 3, the 6, and the 4 and write 364.
364 ~ 365 = number of days in a year.
Is this a message from ETs?
ET Decryption 04
Noticing that nine-fifths (9/5) is the ratio of the molar mass of gold (Au) to silver (Ag) and in the ratio of the solar radius (R) to the lunar orbital radius (r), that is:
Au/Ag = R/r
While the sun is gold in color and the moon is silver in color, I wrote at some point:
We have said that the three sets of characters (a, b, c), (i, j, k), (x, y, z) are at the basis of mathematics and that applying them to caesarâ€™s cipher we find they are intimately connected with artificial intelligence and computer science. We further noted that this was appropriate because there are only two vowels in these sets, and that they are a and i, the abbreviation for artificial intelligence (AI). I now notice it goes further. Clearly at the crux of our work is nine-fifths. So we ask, is his nine-fifths connected with important characters as well pointing to computer science. It is. The fifth letter in the alphabet is e, and the ninth letter is i. Electronic devices and applications are more often than anything else described with e and i:
ebook
ibook
ipad
iphone
And the list goes on.