# Thread: Has anyone else ever come across this # before? 1.234567896 -10

1. 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?
1.234567896 -10

2. 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?
1.234567896 -10
I saw a car with number plate J98257. Imagine that -- what are the odds?

3. 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.

4. Come on then, where do these numbers occur twice where they shouldn't?

5. 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

6. I wonder - have biologists have ever loaded a shotgun with snails and fired them at a wall to see what they can discover?

7. no, they expose it to different pathagens to see how it reacts.

8. 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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