What is the Form that G.M.E makes approximate to?
What is the Form that Globe or Head, and Flat Plane or Torso, and Line or Limbs make approximate to?
What is the Form that Circle and Hyperbola and Parabola make approximate to?
What is the Form that Apple and Leaf and Twig make approximate to?
I submit to you that the Form here, true for all here, is the proportion 8.4.2 or 2.4.8.
What is the practical origin of the equation 8.4.2 or 2.4.8? I observed the proportion 2.4.8 while a teenager consuming apples in an orchard on my homeplace. A twig was seen to branch from one to two to four to eight with a little imagination.
I had a sensation and respiration when I observed that in leaves there was separation of veins and combining of green area. I thought the leaf must be intermediate to the apple.
I asked if the apple was a product of combining elements as in multiplication.
I derived the equation 8.4.2 or 2.4.8 from apple as globe, leaf as flat surface or plane, and twig as line. Ask can you verify?
Later in High School, I discovered in classes including geometry, trigonometry and analytic geometry, first, that a plane surface has two axiis and four areas. A globe has three axiis and eight cubes. It was higher learning when I connected eight and four to two. It is valid that there are opposing directions of two on a twig.
I have worked to comprehend and interpret the approximations to the Form 8.4.2 or 2.4.8. The work has encompassed my life from teenage years to my sixties. The apple orchard was ten miles from the Mississippi River in Wisconsin in Pierce County in the countryside near Ellsworth, Wisconsin. I was born in Red Wing, Minnesota and currently live in Minneapolis.
Continue, The idea of 8.4.2 Unified Theory is evolution or evolving as form. The reverse involves as 2.4.8.
8 June 2005 LF
Continue, Theory Construction of 8.4.2 Unified Theory, That 8.4.2 or 2.4.8 is mathematical law. That 8.4.2 is a universal generalization that is assumed to be true. Law: (x) If 8 and 4, then 2 :: If G and M, then E. Further, If 8 and 4, then 2 :: If circle and hyperbolas, then parabolas. Also, If 8 and 4, then 2 :: head and torso, then right and left. Further, If apple and leaf, then limb. Further, If three dimensions and two dimensions, then one dimension. This is the If, Then form of 8.4.2 Unified Theory. My use of the proportional sign (::) is to show a construct like homology. But homology limits itself to the right front flipper of a seal is like the right front leg of a horse. I have gone beyond and found similar that G or gravitation is like the head of a human.
13 August 2005 LF I hope the foregoing will be recognized to be correct.
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