Sunday, November 29, 2015

Voting Analysis Code for 2015



 By precinct diffs. Those points above the horizontal blue 0 line are precincts that sided with Jack Luows. Those points left of the vertical red 0 line are precincts that voted against the jail.   (Vertical Axis: (Louws - Gilfilen) ~ Horizontal Axis ( Jail_Yes - Jail_No)) . Strong relationships are revealed between those precincts voting  more for Jack and the Jail  (far right) and those voting more for Joy and not for the Jail (bottom left).  The dense 'crook' in the middle of the graph represents those precincts still mostly totaling for Jack  Luows but very split in voting for or against the jail.  Click to enlarge.

Political piece here.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Introducing xi (11.71875 or 187.5/16) : A trans-dimensional constant that links pi and e ?




In this code, I introduce 'xi'  (11.71875) a constant with strong relationships to both pi and e . 'Xi' (11.71875 or (187.5/16)) is a 'translator constant' between powers of 2 and 16.  More than simply being an efficient means to compute pi or e (e.g. 'Eulers number'), 'xi' may 'interpolate' between pi and e, giving science the means to measure logarithmic growth patterns of increasing radii. This may make it useful for gravitational and rotational calculations. It is possible that the 187.5 cm-3 pc represents some fixed attenuation limit  (see http://arxiv.org/abs/1503.05245) for radio wave signals that require either boosting or chirping.  The relationships between pi, e, and xi (187.5./16 = 11.71875) may represent fixed constants descriptive of all  EM signaling. In addition, the constants that describe the circumscribing of an octahedron (sqrt(1/2)) and (sqrt(1/6)) can also be used to derive xi with a factor close to 9/16.  I am neither mathematician, scientist, or statistician. So all of this code is supposition and a work in progress. -RMF