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### Re: Keplers Cross

hmm.. I'm still trying to decode that, give me some more time

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### Re: Keplers Cross

outrun wrote:
hmm.. I'm still trying to decode that, give me some more time

$\frac{77177}{07734}$  Hello, not even 007 would get it so wrong!

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### Re: Keplers Cross

77177-1-6  leads to $\frac{P.}{P}$

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### Re: Keplers Cross

Collector wrote:
77177-1-6  leads to $\frac{P.}{P}$

$77177^{1/6}=6.525012.....$
$\frac{\hbar}{l_p}=6.525012....$
Yes known as numerology. But more to it in this case....

more numerology
$\frac{77177^{1/6}}{c}=2.17651... \times 10^{-8}$

$\sqrt{\frac{\hbar c}{G}}=2.17651... \times 10^{-8}$

77177 not a prime but a beautiful palindromic, prime factorization 71 × 1087. And dose it exist a number that will return 77177 if you run the 196-Algorithm on it? Just run the inverse 196-Algorithm...
Last edited by Collector on March 18th, 2018, 11:18 pm

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### Re: Keplers Cross

299792458 is the speed of light, but also the number of Planck masses in 6.525012 kg.

I love $77177^{1/6}$ kg