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Tetra-Euler Dwarf-Planet - andydude - 05/27/2014

According to:

http://serennu.com/astrology/ephemeris.php?inday=22&inmonth=05&inyear=2014&inhours=12&inmins=06&insecs=04&z=t&addobj=

The Tetra-Euler number 3.0885322 is also the angular speed (in units of degrees per day) of the Osculating Apogee of the Dwarf Planet (Plutoid) known as "Makemake" (on 2014-05-22).

Lol! Maybe the universe is calculating tetration too! Smile


RE: Tetra-Euler Dwarf-Planet - MphLee - 05/27/2014

Haha...this is just the beginning of the century...who knows what is going to happen in 50-100 years... maybe tetration (or Hyperoperations... I hope) will be important for some esotic and interesting field of the scientific research... I would love to be there, in a hundred years, to know what amazing links will be discovered.

Maybe some tetration/pentation or ...Hyperoperations new constant will play a big role in the cosmological theories... or in the realm of plank's lengths...

Thats a very big landscape.


RE: Tetra-Euler Dwarf-Planet - tommy1729 - 05/27/2014

(05/27/2014, 07:20 PM)MphLee Wrote: Haha...this is just the beginning of the century...who knows what is going to happen in 50-100 years... maybe tetration (or Hyperoperations... I hope) will be important for some esotic and interesting field of the scientific research... I would love to be there, in a hundred years, to know what amazing links will be discovered.

Maybe some tetration/pentation or ...Hyperoperations new constant will play a big role in the cosmological theories... or in the realm of plank's lengths...

Thats a very big landscape.

No , very small. :p



RE: Tetra-Euler Dwarf-Planet - MphLee - 05/28/2014

(05/27/2014, 11:35 PM)tommy1729 Wrote:
(05/27/2014, 07:20 PM)MphLee Wrote: ... or in the realm of plank's lengths...

Thats a very big landscape.

No , very small. :p

ahah your right Big Grin