Sunday, November 24, 2013

from OXford to OXforT .. again

i quoted from here :
"Of course, Venter and his team would never have even started, much less succeeded, in their experiments, unless Watson and Crick had first unraveled the double helix structure to deoxyribonucleic acid, the basic building block to all life as we know it on this planet. Hence, even the most integrated of circuits must first be understood by unmasking its most fundamental of parts. This holds true whether one is compiling the Oxford English Dictionary (with its 26 letters from A to Z), developing the rudiments of computer processing (resting as it does on a binary number system), or making a wood fried pizza (dependent as it is on a preconceived list of ingredients)."

a most elegant piVot into KWEAKINNs reset for ALPHABETICAL interpretation for TIME ..

T i ME

we have collective metastrings
that are labelled alternative
but then at gros we simplify by
I ~ radiative ~ cosmic tone XIII
II ~ attractive ~ crystal tone XII
III ~ receptive ~ spectral tone XI

then the individuum mesostrings
are labelled a to i (wholly I ?!)
a ~
b ~
c ~
d ~
e ~
f ~
g ~
h ~
i ~

they are culturally deter'mined

so filled by the core integral governance
in some accordance with 27
by default / universal standard
(although unconscious?)

Them 27 are combining
in a memory stick performance at SELF
initial is given by the alphabet
I & a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i
II & a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i
III & a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i

and a single
that holds all moments in a shell / holon
28th day as zero, crystalizing "a clue"

in this taotic method
only 3 strikes form the 4

| \ /

controversional token in 4 as
| / -

to pivot as a being governing its temple ..


from that initial blanko ')

it all starts over again ..
getting wisdom from mistakes ..

') hard to proof?
ot too simplified to see?
the royals always spoke a truth - 
right in the middle of your/ones eyes
blanko is X'40' - hexadecimal agreement
to hide 40 within quite some pressed buttons ..

Du français sagacité, issu du latin sagacitas, dérivé de sagax
(« qui a l’esprit subtil, fin, pénétrant, clairvoyant, sagace »),
lui-même dérivé de sagire (« sentir, avoir du flair »).
the IsraeLites use sagaCT
to remember the core activity in a city:
the sage
the myth
the treasure