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Re: “Pair fleeing Arkansas psychiatric hospital arrested in Las Vegas

I sat a few months in jail with him. I got to know him. He's not a bad guy to you if you treat him nice. He knows his words and can be quite cunning if I do say so myself. His craft is anagrams and word manipulation. He has quite the imagination. It inspired me to write a theory for his "book" he was writing. I had my own reasons for writing the article I made for him, and he's free to use what I gave him for whatever purpose. It was titled "Geomatrix", which outlined the correlation I found in the sum of angles of various polygons to a pattern I found when doing basic integration of the positive integer number set up to 9. You see, all numbers are comprised of 0-9 and I proposed that any polygonal surface has a direct relation to the 3-dimensional world via basic integration in regard to the ratio of angles to sides in which the polygon has. The matrix surrounds us all in reference to numbers, and it can be found in the very nature of shapes; starting at the very core of 2-dimensional shapes. There is a code of zeros and ones you deduce from any number, which can therefore represent any set of numbers (like a matrix). The implications are quite baffling. Not only that, but there is also a definite pattern when you divide any polygon's sum of degrees by the sides it has. The patterns I found and demonstrated showed a type of abstract order that is raw and unique that I believe should be investigated into more. I gave him a copy to spread it, as he definitely would. He can also draw amazingly. He is very talented, so don't underestimate him. I hold some respect to him for showing me the persistence and dedication he has toward what he can put his mind to. When he decides to do something, he takes action and provides results. Who here can say the same? & Does one not consider the similarities without also noticing the differences? Because I do. That's what separates me from a lot of people who generally tend to look at the difference in things which ultimately lead societies to disassociation. How dare ye judge, when thou hasn't properly examined thyself? That, is my question. If I have not provoked deep thought in those who's time I took to read my exhortation, then my words have failed to have thee "read between the lines"; so to speak. And with that, I bid thee good day sirs and madams.

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Posted by thethinker on 04/17/2018 at 2:49 AM


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