I could not be bothered to rewrite this section. But I have added anecdotes. I have a new mathematical, or conceptual equation about this listed below. Have that 108*116/2/2/2/2 is 783 (Schumann Resonance). 783/29 is 27. This might make the hours in a grid day which is 27 not 24. We would like to fit 10440 (!144) somehow. 10440/783*1.125=15..With this mathematics we may be imagining reducing 15 to 10: 10/1.125*783 is 6960. We might increase to 20 also. Note that 144 and 116 are so-called Harmonic.

And the corresponding Speed of light values of 1/696 is 0.0014367816091954023. It is not possible yet to create a bigger picture except for the data listed here, on all this. See the rest of this site.

We change 696 by 116 that 696/116 is 60 as in degrees of an equilateral triangle. 60*3 = 180. We would also then have 696/5.4352 (87/16=5.4352) is 128. 128 is 2*2*2*2*2*2*2. Somewhere is noted that the square root of 5 is a tangent of the Speed of Light.

All this is from the yzz() formula / function in the program that we have in design. with x (harmonic(x)) as 2.9, or further as 0.16 and 7.25 follows later. The equations simplified (n-1)/(2*a). Where a would be either 2.9, 0.16 or 7.25 etc. Note that the values listed in the tables here have an offset error of +1. I will correct the numbers when I find the time and effort to do so.

This is thus the "29" / "5" series up towards x=360. The common dividing for all of them is 5.8 (5.8/2=2.9).

N.B. Einstein Relativity formula 2b: (E=(4*(sqrt(2))/((1/c)*5/2))) shows results in parenthesis note that is requires answer/x*sqrt(2).

x | answer | x | answer | x | answer |

29 | 5 (16) | 174 | 30 (96) | 319 | 55 (176) |

58 | 10 (32) | 203 | 35 (112) | 348 | 60 (192) |

87 | 15 (48) | 232 | 40 (128) | ||

116 | 20 (64) | 261 | 45 (144) | ||

145 | 25 (80) | 290 | 50 (160) |

It also has iterations of 29 and here is the so-called 2-series because it follows the 2 multiplication tables with x as 7.25:

Divisor here is 3.2 which would be 2*2*2*2*2/10.

x | answer | x | answer | x | answer |

29 | 2 (6.4) | 174 | 12 (38.4) | 319 | 22 (70.4) |

58 | 4 (12.8) | 203 | 14 (44.8) | 348 | 24 (76.8) |

87 | 6 (19.2) | 232 | 16 (51) | ||

116 | 8 (25.6) | 261 | 18 (57.6) | ||

145 | 10 (32) | 290 | 20 (64) |

And now the last series from x=0.16 which is a bit different and will be listed different:

For some reason the relativity answer equals original x*10. We think this is the important series.

1: 3.125 10.0 | 2: 6.25 20.0 | 3: 9.375 30 | 4: 12.5 40.0 | 5: 15.625 50.0 | 6: 18.75 60. | 7: 21.875 70. |

8: 25.0 80.0 | 9: 28.125 90. | 10: 31.25 100.0 | 11: 34.375 110.0 | 12: 37.5 120. | 13: 40.625 130.0 | 14: 43.75 140. |

15: 46.875 150 | 16: 50.0 160.0 | 17: 53.125 170. | 18: 56.25 180. | 19: 59.375 190. | 20: 62.5 200.0 | 21: 65.625 210. |

22: 68.75 220.0 | 23: 71.875 230. | 24: 75.0 240 | 25: 78.125 250. | 26: 81.25 260.0 | 27: 84.375 270 | 28: 87.5 280. |

Actually we might include some new listings of x=34/15 (2.2666666666..)

This one has recurrence 17 not 29 for some reason. And is evidently the 6-series for the E-expression.

x | output | x | output | x | output |

17 | 3.75 (6) | 85 | 18.75 (30) | 153 | 33.75 (54) |

34 | 7.5 (12) | 102 | 22.5 (36) | 170 | 37.5 (60) |

51 | 11.25 (18) | 119 | 26.25 (42) | 187 | 41.25 (66) |

68 | 15 (24) | 136 | 30 (48) | 204 | 45 (72) |

Some last notes. Also from this table we get 306:67.5=108 a good number., 459:101.25=162 good, 442:97.5=156, 408:90=144, and 510:112.5=180, a few of these are geometrical values like 6*6*3=108 (lucky number in Buddhism at least, 6*6*4=144 (as in speed of light harmonic), 45*4=180 (as in degrees).

There are probably many of these UFO/DNA-tables as we have named them. Here are the equations that makes the various variables used now:

Actually there is no table here but all the digits are derived from natural expressions. For instance ((1/(n*5/2)+1/(n*2/5))/(1/(n*5/2))) give 7.25. The others also involved 2,3 and 5 and 1/x.

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(C)Krister Z-F. Lilleland.