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  1. #1 Has anyone else ever come across this # before? 1.234567896 -10 
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    while exploring quantum numbers I've come across this 123456789 number in two different instances, I just thought it was a strange # , though mainly because I have never seen it before. So I was wondering if anyone else has?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DH
    while exploring quantum numbers I've come across this 123456789 number in two different instances, I just thought it was a strange # , though mainly because I have never seen it before. So I was wondering if anyone else has?
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    I saw a car with number plate J98257. Imagine that -- what are the odds?
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    But if you were to see another car, of another make, with the exact same license plate, You would say that that is very odd indeed.
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    Come on then, where do these numbers occur twice where they shouldn't?
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    I took the (Up Quark * its spin)^3 =1.234567896 -10
    .005 * .666666666= .003333333 (.003333333)^3 = 1.234567896 -10

    I took the (Down Quark * its spin)^3 =1.234567896 -10
    .01 * .333333333 = .003333333 (.003333333)^3 = 1.234567896 -10
    If you take the square root (up quark * spin) = .57735 = a mini Euler's constant
    same goes for the Down quark
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    I wonder - have biologists have ever loaded a shotgun with snails and fired them at a wall to see what they can discover?
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    no, they expose it to different pathagens to see how it reacts.
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    I stand by the implication in my post * - but that's a great riposte.


    * it seems you're posting this scatter-gun numerology in a number of forums; is anyone taking it seriously?
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