Or it's a way to take revenge on those who are sane
Elizabeth Moreta wrote:I suppose this is a way for some to take revenge on those who have perfect pitch. (:
I have been running the numbers and have uncovered some remarkable data that cannot surely be coincidental.
432 is the average depth in feet of Loch Ness.
432 = 3 to the power of 3 times 2 to the power of 4
Adding = 12. Adding again = 3
43.2 × 43.2 + 3 x 4.32 = 1879 (rounded)
1879 was the year of the first land sighting of the Loch Ness monster by a group of children who described how it waddled down a hill into the Loch.
Since then the many sightings have estimated its length to be between 6 and 20 or so feet with an average of 14 ft 2 inches = 4.32 metres.
The monster is believed to be a plesiosaur. Fossils of these show clear evidence of a cochlea. Not enough fossils have been found to be sure of cochlear length but extrapolations from fossilised humans (average height 1.65 metres with an average cochhlear length of 42 mm) suggest a length of around 110 mm or 4.32 inches.
The amazing recurrence and power of 432 in the story of the Loch Ness monster is testimony to its pre-eminence in the natural order of life since the dawn of time. It is likely that the submarine mating call of the lovelorn Nessie is even today pitched at A 432 just as it was 6 million years ago. Then early shrew like mammals that evolved into humans, on taking a swim in the Loch, would have heard this plaintive call and passed its importance via DNA into the biological and cultural heart of mankind.
A432 and DNA tuning? Can there be any doubt?