Some symmetrical properties constructing the natural numbers

Some symmetrical properties constructing the natural numbers

Postby Guest » Fri Jul 26, 2019 9:36 am

I've been playing around with generating Thue Morses sequence in rings within rings and study the natural numbers N (including 0) represented by radial binary combinations. Some interesting geometrical properties emerges, such as:

* All odd integers will be arranged in a specific geometric order
* Even integers will be arranged in a specific geometric order
* The one complement will allays be an opposite radial combination where the two radial combinations together constitute a diagonal.
* The two complement for a radial combination can be found by symmetry.
and more

The presentation got a lot of graphics so I can´t post it here but I put it up on my blog if someone cares to take a look.

Link:
Some symmetrical properties constructing sets of natural numbers using Thue Morse sequence
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