- (We have only tried this with the "logical" geometric values 60 and 90 plus 288, if this is exciting or not, or mean anything? It could be indicated of zero-point fluctuation or something
like that within maybe a carrier-wave.)

- This is the waveform generated when [288&x] is plotted for x in range 1 to 1024,
and it "pulses" within a pulse as can be seen clear. It may look like a polarity-shifting
AC curve/diagram:

- And it also more importantly maybe show the normal "Matter / Anti-matter's" shifting pulses.

- Also just maybe it may be sought of as a linear representation of an outward spiral..

- Check here for all the exact boolean values (listed)..

- This one (above) is fine an the digits are for 288:

([0, 32, 0, 32, 0, 32, 0, 32, 256, 288, 256, 288, 256, 288, 256, 288], 512.0 length of cycles, 32.0 steps in sub-cycles)

- Some calculations: 0+32=32. 256+288=544. 256+288/32=265. 1/256+288/32=9.00390625. 32/288+256=288.125.

288.125/288≃1.00043402777777777...into x*16≃16.00694444444444... ...

(1/(28.8-(1/(544/6/6/6/6)*2)))/2/2/2/2/2≃0.147569444444444...==85/576. 576/85=2^6*3^2*5^-1*17^-1. ..

The last entry above is called "prime factorization" which means the number can be generated by prime-number stuff. So we might try 2^6*3^2*5*7 and see what we get: 20160.

Then we might try the "castled" 21600 = 20160 and divide by 512 and arrive pleasantly at 39.375..

This has an inverse / reciprocal that is 0.0253968253968253968253968...

Or if we are to follow page 43; 39.375*3=118.125=y. sqrt(288)*x=y.

12*sqrt(2)*x-118.25=0. x≃6.696795. Though the original inverse / reciprocal divided by 6⁷ is a repeating decimal of 4347 digits equal to 1/11022480.

.. There seems to be divergence between these figures vs 39.28371 and 117.85113 on page 43 of HCOS. but..

Further even if we tried ((2^6*3^2*5*7)/2/2/2/2/2/2/2/2/2)*3*x=146 then x=1168/945..

Then ((2^6*3^2*5*7)/2/2/2/2/2/2/2/2/2)*3/1.125=105. Where does 105 fit in? 105*2=210..

Then 216/(((2^6*3^2*5*7)/2/2/2/2/2/2/2/2/2)*3/1.125)*2=4410.

Of course we can always make the above it slightly "pseudo" -logical so that there is no "crash" with Bruce Cathie:

((18540-((*118.25-117.85113*)*2*2*2*2*12*6*2*2*10))/160)=1.00044. (Skipped showing the steps of the calculation but you can find them).

Thus we have 1/(1.00044/1.44)=1.439366678661388988844908240374235336451961137099676142497...

!.. 12*sqrt(2) seems important because it shows, if we might need this fact some day, that (12*sqrt(2))**2=288. I.e the square-root of 288=12*sqrt(2)

For 72 we get sqrt(6*sqrt(2)). But for 144 we have (6*sqrt(2)*sqrt(2))**2. We can go higher with (24*sqrt(2))**2=1152 which is 2^10+2^7..

Not until (12*sqrt(2))**4 do we get another natural number = 82944. This maybe, suggesting 2^n for the exponential..

With 1/(sqrt(12*sqrt(2))**3) we get ≃ 0.01430393849935498441548803649445.. and thus ..at least cosin(1/(sqrt(x*sqrt(2))**y)) give us art again:

- Maybe the above shows some sort of "spectral emission" i.e..

- But the above does not comply with the next here? Which seem like voltage drops in it..:

- First one is: [288orX], and second one is: [288xorX].

- Maybe they all should be seen as in 3D or not. Which is said to be to manipulate images with the brain..

- This is a bit special or maybe simple, as you can see for the values or harmonics of 144 like 288 shown here above.
Below we try [90&x] and [60&x].

- 90 shows a sort of
*periodicity*of 2, while 60 shows 4, possibly unclear form the images or not: