1222.00 Absolute Four and Octave Wave 
1222.12 The inherent + 4,  4, 0, + 4,^{__}4, 0 of number also corresponds (a) to the four varisized spheres integrating tritangentially to form the tetrahedron (see Sec. 1222.20 and (b) to the octantation of the Coupler (see Sec. 954.20 954.20) by its eight allspace filling Mites (AAB Modules) which, being inherently plusorminus biased, though superficially invariant (i.e., are conformationally identical); altogether provide lucidly synergetic integration (at a kindergartencomprehendible level) of cosmically basic number behavior, quantum mechanics, synergetics, nuclear physics, wave phenomena in general, and topologically rational accountability of experience in general. 
1222.20 Cosmically Absolute Numbers: There are apparently no cosmically absolute numbers other than 1, 2, 3, and 4. This primitive foumess identifies exactly with one quantum of energy and with the foumess of the tetrahedron's primitive structuring as constituting the "prime structural system of Universe," i.e., as the minimum omnitriangulated differentiator of Universe into insideness and outsideness, which alone, of all macromicro Universe differentiators, pulsates insideoutingly and vice verse as instigated by only one force vector impinging upon it. (See Sec. 624.) 
1223.00 Wave Pulsation of Indigs 
1223.10 Pulsative Octave: The interaction of all numbers other than nine creates the wave phenomenon described, i.e., the selfinvertible, selfinsideoutable octave increasing and decreasing pulsatively, fourfoldedly, and tetrahedrally. No matter how complex a numberaggregating sequence of events and conditions may be, this same number behavior phenomenon is all that ever happens. There is thus a primitively comprehensive, isotropically distributive, carrierwave order omniaccommodatively permeating and embracing all phenomena. (See Sec. 1012.10) 
1223.11 As the nine columns of Indig Table 2 show, I have integrated the digits of all the different multiplication systems and have always found the positivelynegatively pulsative, octave, zeronineintervaled, ergo interferencefree, carrierwave pattern to be permeating all of them in four alternative intergermix sequences; with again, four positively ordered and four negatively ordered sequence sets, all octavely ventilated by zero nines cyclically, ergo inherently, ergo eternally synchronized to noninter interferences. 
Fig. 1223.12 
1223.12 As will also be seen in Indig Table 2, the integer carrier waves can pulse in single sets, as in Columns 1 and 8; in double pairs, as in Columns 4 and 5; in triple triplets, as in Columns 3 and 6; and in double quadruplets, as in Columns 2 and 7^{__}always octavely interspersed with zeros and, in the case of Columns 3 and 6, interspersed with zeros triangularly as well as octavely. This also means that the omnidirectional wave interpermutatings are accommodated as points or as lines; or as triangular areas; or as tetrahedral volumes^{__}both positive and negative. 
1223.13 Thus we are informed that the carrier waves and their internalexternal zero intervalling are congruent with the omnitriangulated, tetraplaned, fourdimensional vector equilibria and the omniregenerative isotropic matrix whose univectorings accommodate any wavelength or frequency multiplying in respect to any convergentlydivergently nuclear system loci of Universe. 
1223.14
Not only is there an external zero intervalling between
all the unique octave
patterning sets in every one of the four positive, four
negative systems manifest, but we
find also the waveintermodulating indigs within each
octave always integrating sum
totally internally to the octaves themselves as nines,
which is again an internal zero
content^{__}this produces in effect a positive zero function
vs. a negative zero function, i.e.,
an insideout and outsideout zero as the ultracosmic
zerowave pulsativeness.^{2}
(Footnote 2: See Sec. 1012, which describes a closestspherepacking model of the same phenomenon. If we make an X configuration with one ball in the center common to both triangles of the X, the ball at the intersection common to both represents the zero^{__}or the place where the waves can pass through each other. The zero always accomodates when two waves come together. We know that atoms closepack in this manner, and we know how wave phenomena such as radio waves behave. And now we have a model to explain how they do not interfere.) 
1223.15 Thus we discover the modus operandi by which radio waves and other waves pass uninterferingly through seeming solids, which are themselves only wave complexes. The lack of interference is explained by the crossing of the highfrequency waves through the much lowerfrequency waves at the noninterfering zero points, or indeed by the varifrequencied waves through both one another's internal and external zero intervals. (See Illus. 1012.13A and B.) 
1223.16 If the readers would like to do some of their own indig exploration they may be instructively intrigued by taking a book of mathematical tables and turning to the table of second powers of integers. If they undertake to indig each of those successively listed secondpower numbers they will discover that, for the first 100 numbers listed, a unique sequence of 24 integers will appear that peaks at 25, reverses itself, and bottoms at one, only to turn again and peak at 50, bottom at 75, and peak again at the 100th number which, when analyzed, manifests a 2 × 2 × 2 = 8 = 2^{3} × 3 = 24 fourdimensional wave. This fourdimensional wave is only comprehendible when we discover (see Sec. 982.62) the threefrequency reality of F^{3} × 2 l/2, 3, 4, 5, 6, the a priori, initiallyvolumed, ergo threedimensional reality multiplied by the third power of omnidirectional growth rate. 
1224.00 Wave Pulsation of Number 24 
1224.10 Vector Equilibrium and Octave Wave 
1224.11 The second powering of numbers apparently involves a 24positive and 24 negative resonance phasing. The potential variables of the indigs of the secondpowering of the 24 successive integers running between 0 and 25, and indigs of the 24 integers descending successively between 25 and 50, and repeating the 24 integers between 50 and 75, and the 24 integers between 75 and 100 ad infinitum, apparently account for all the equilibriousdisequilibrious, radiationalgravitational, convergentdivergent, curviwavilinear behaviors in respect to the vector equilibrium as well as for the unique rates of growth or contraction of closestpackedspherical agglomerating. 
1224.12 In respect to the progressive series of n2 product numbers as expressed in congruenceinmodulo 10, a unique 24integer series of terminal, submodulus10, excess integers completes its series direction with 24 and makes its verseandreverse series at the common hinges of 25^{2}, 75^{2}, 100^{2} in increments of +24, 24, +24, 24, or in a positively occurring, threeoctavewave increment sequence followed each time by a reversely occurring, threeoctavewave, unique harmonic theme. 
1224.13 The threeoctave, 24integer series is manifest in the convergentdivergent, tetrahedral wave propagations of the vector equilibrium wherein the eight tetrahedra share their nuclear sphere and then share their common apex spheres as they embrace that nuclear sphere by expanding in successive triangular closestpacked sphere layers. (Compare Secs. 1012.11 and 1033.030.) 
1224.14 The lines omniinterconnecting the sphere centers of those successively embracing layers produce equiangular triangles, or electromagnetic fields, the sum of whose areas in each successive layer is always n^{2} of the number in each series in that layer. In contradistinction to the triangular field, in the series of triangularly closestpacked sphere layers, every two adjacent layers' series produces the next greater n^{2} number of spheres, with the number of closestpacked sphere triangles in the waxing and waning phases of the series being governed by the frequency of the wave propagation elected for consideration in each instant. 
1224.20 Recapitulation 
1224.21
The interwave and intervolumetric behavior of the number
24 may be
considered variously as follows:

1224.30 Turnaround Terminals 
1224.31 The powerful 24ness number behavior with its greatcircle congruences and threeoctave harmonics may have significant ramifications embracing the unique frequencies of the chemical compoundings as well as the nuclear geometry elucidated elsewhere in this work. (Sec. 1033 passim.) The terminalsuffix excess integers of the series of second powers of numbers as expressed in congruence in modulo10 displays the sequence of uniquely aberrating eccentricities in respect to the whole 24integer phrases. 
1224.32 The large figure "2"' in the last column of the Indig Table (Fig. 1223.12B) shows that the terminal digits of the second powers of numbers turn around at the middling number 25. 
1224.33 There are 24 positive and 24 negative unique numbers that reverse themselves between 0 and 50. This reflects three positive and three negative octaves with turnaround terminal zero accommodation. 
1224.34 The "square" identifies that number of energy units occurring in the outer shell of all nuclear phenomena with the secondpowering characteristic being that of both the gravitation and the radiational constant's surface growth. 
1230.10 PrimeNumber Accommodation: Integration of Seven: The Babylonians did not accommodate a prime number like 7 in their mathematics. Plato had apparently been excited by this deficiency, so he multiplied 360 by 7 and obtained 2,520. And then, seeing that there were always positives and negatives, he multiplied 2,520 by 2 and obtained 5,040. Plato apparently intuited the significance of the number 5,040, but he did not say why he did. I am sure he was trying to integrate 7 to evolve a comprehensively rational circular dividend. 
1230.11 H_{2}O is a simple low number. As both chemistry and quantum physics show, nature does all her associating and disassociating in whole rational numbers. Humans accommodated the primes 1, 2, 3, and 5 in the decimal and duodecimal systems. But they left out 7. After 7, the next two primes are 11 and 13 . Humans' superstition considers the numbers 7, 11, and 13 to be bad luck. In playing dice, 7 and 11 are "crapping" or dropout numbers. And 13 is awful. But so long as the comprehensive cyclic dividend fails to contain prime numbers which may occur in the data to be coped with, irrational numbers will build up or erode the processing numbers to produce irrational, ergo unnatural, results. We must therefore realize that the tables of the trigonometric functions include the first 15 primes 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23,29,31,41,43. 
1230.12 We know 7 × 11 is 77. If we multiply 77 by 13, we get 1,001. Were there not 1,001 Tales of the Arabian Nights? We find these numbers always involved with the mystical. The number 1,001 majors in the name of the storytelling done by Scheherazade to postpone her death in the Thousand and One Nights. The number 1,001 is a binomial reflection pattern: one, zero, zero, one. 
1230.20 SSRCD Numbers: If we multiply the first four primes, we get 30. If we multiply 30 times 7, 11, and 13, we have 30 × 1,001 or 30,030, and we have used the first seven primes. 
1230.21 We can be intuitive about the eighth prime since the octave seems to be so important. The eighth prime is 17, and if we multiply 30,030 by 17, we arrive at a fantastically simple number: 510,510. This is what I call an SSRCD Number, which stands for Scheherazade Sublimely Rememberable Comprehensive Dividend. As an example we can readily remember the first eight primes factorial^{__}510,510! (Factorial means successively multiplied by themselves, ergo 1 × 2 × 3 × 5 × 7 × 11 × 13 × 17= 510,510.) 
1230.30 Origin of Scheherazade Myth: I think the Arabian priestmathematicians and their Indian Ocean navigator ancestors knew that the binomial effect of 1,001 upon the first four prime numbers 1, 2, 3, and 5 did indeed provide comprehensive dividend accommodation of all the permutative possibilities of all the ''storytellingtalingtallying," or computational systems of the octave system of integers. 
1230.31 The function of the grand vizier to the ruler was that of mathematical wizard, the wiz of wizdom; and the wizard kept secret to himself the mathematical navigational ability to go to faraway strange places where he alone knew there existed physical resources different from any of those occurring ''at home," then voyaging to places that only the navigatorpriest knew how to reach, he was able to bring back guaranteed strange objects that were exhibited by the ruler to his people as miracles obviously producible only by the ruler who secretly and carefully guarded his vizier's miraculous power of wizdom. 
1230.32 To guarantee their own security and advantage, the Mesopotamian mathematicians, who were the overlandandoverseas navigatorpriests, deliberately hid their knowledge, their mathematical tools and operational principles such as the mathematical significance of 7 × 11 × 13 = 1,001 from both their rulers and the people. They used psychology as well as outright lies, combining the badluck myth of the three prime integers with the mysterious inclusiveness of the Thousand and One Nights. The priests warned that bad luck would befall anyone caught using 7s, 11s, or 13s. 
1230.33 Some calculation could only be done by the abacus or by positioning numbers. With almost no one other than the high priests able to do any calculation, there was not much chance that anyone would discover that the product of 7, 11, and 13 is 001, but "just in case," they developed the diverting myth of Scheherazade and her postponement of execution by her Thousand and One Nights. 
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