4225Re: historical metrology & chessboard of Europe
- Nov 2, 2003
--- In email@example.com, Chris <groups@g...> wrote:
what Livio Stecchini has to say about . . .
Thanks for the interesting posting. Metrology would seem to offer a
quite fertile field for exploration.
An unusual take-off on this [and this URL mentions Stecchini], may be
Can't say I agree with what is at this URL, but it does stimulate the
grey matter a bit.
Somehow, we may be missing the boat on a more universal math
or 'metrology.' There seems to be persistant rumors about a 'cosmic
math' that we have yet to discover and utilize. Perhaps our 3D/4D
thinking gets in the way a bit, or . . . base 10 math may not be the
mother of a greater system. We still have a lot of vestiges of the 12
in our metrology. Some would contend that "12" should be reckoned:
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.
[the 'zero,' in this reckoning, representing the boundless potential
from which the 1 manifests]
Maybe we have a genetic memory of 'grids' somewhere in the deep
recess of us that causes us to want to express or manifest this in
our 3D/4D world [art, architecture, music, symbology, &c]. Such grids
have appeared for centuries in our 'perennial world philosophy[ies].'
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