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Jun 20, 2011 | 11:40 AM EDT
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This week, we dive back into the Sacred Geometry pool to talk about spirals and sequences that all life strives towards, and at the end we look at the 2nd informational unraveling of the Fruit of Life.

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http://www.floweroflife.o rg/spiral01.htm

Face on Mars riusly/cyd/city.html
http://www.bibliotecapley nd.htm

Geometry of Music
http://www.sciencedaily.c om/releases/2008/04/08041 7142454.htm
harmonic_nature/sacred_ge ometry.php
http://www.spiritofmaat.c om/archive/jan4/williams.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


But someone could make 1024 digits of the following code?(Once you figure out the pattern)(It's not that easy, pretty much thinking)


Or break, somehow, the number 4294967296 into, for example, how the number 16 can be broken in 2^4 then 2^2^2.

This is somehow of a test...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good presentation.

Agree or disagree, the flash was great. Very informative, even more interesting. This is the first of your flashes that I have seen and because of this one, I'm going to watch some more.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

when you pointed out the fruit of life towards the end I literally fell back in my chair...

I've never been much of a science fanatic but now I'm suddenly interested.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

holy balls!

I did not fully understand everything this animation explanied and taught but
i find it very interesting and the explanations kinda of made sense, (thought
im not really at the level to understand it all) just one question now,
where the hell do you learn all this stuff? ô.ô
anxiously waiting for the next leasson :P
ooh, and really well made!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


At the moment I feel a little lost. Everything you have presented thus far makes a huge amount of sense, but I am still waiting for when it all "clicks", per say. Keep it up Jordan.