## Re: Doubles Theorem - aka doubles every time!

Nov 07, 2010 03:41 PM
by Cornelius

```Indeed (3+7)+(7-3)=7+7. Brilliant!

--- In theos-talk@yahoogroups.com, "esapress@..." <esapress@...> wrote:
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> Number theory is a great interest and I continue to research and proof both in and out of the box - the box (Base) is interesting to explore a/b it's no perpetual machine - really, it's a fairly specifically-tuned finite grid that can be/is being applied perpetually.
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> And, it is a very structured this basic arrangement thus very self expressive; so there are lots of things to see/know about this particular fishing hole and its system ops, for example:
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> 3+7 =10
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> Span/reach of 4 between; 3+7 =10 (+4) =14/7 doubled
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> 5+2 =7 (+3) =10/5 doubled.
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> 21+ 22 =43 (+1) =44/22 doubled
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> So on and on, I call it Seeing Double, but sometimes I think I should've called it: Is There An Echo In Here.
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> Or, maybe I should've called it __+__ =1/2 (or 2 ratio parts of three parts whole....).
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