Sunday, November 20, 2011

The pattern of Nature

I was looking into numbers, and I have found a clue to the pattern of nature. The numbers I found were 1.5, 2.5, 3.5, and 4.5. Now, 22/7 is 3.14285714285. Now, use the number 714285. Add them all up, 7+1+4+2+8+5 = 27. Now, divide 27 by 6, and you will get 4.5. 4.5 is the ending pattern. Here is proof of this.

This is the example of population flucuations of nature.

Now, here is the example of the economy:

The Population Growth of Elk:

Each part of the economy follows the same routine. At first, it rises a bit, then it stablizes. Then, it begins to flucuate. After that, it does this even more. Finally, it falls greatly down.

This also happens in nature with the animal populations and seasons.

The thing is, in this pattern the number it rises by is 1, then when it reaches 4.5, it goes back to 1.5, which would be 4.5 - 3, thus showing that this is the pattern of nature. Also another thing that is important is in those graphics. The graphics display that each 2 or 3 dots on graphics determines it falling or rising. Now, 3 divided by 2 is 1.5, which is the starter point of the pattern.

This pattern is similar or even the same as the ways the tides come in and out, the animal populations throught out the year, the human birth and death rate, the rate at which earthquakes occur, and even the flucuation of how many people are born and die each year, day, or even every minute. This pattern could even be the pattern of chess, checkers, Tic Tac Toe, and every game invented. It could maybe predict who wins and who loses each time.
Maybe, in fact, with this evidence, we could predict the incline and decline of animal populations, the economy, the stock market, and anything that has to do with nature, such as natural epidemic and the animal populations of different seasons. We could maybe predict the weather with this pattern, but this is just theory so I will continue to research this pattern.

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