ITT we share rare numograms we've saved
oh god this is so cursed
+1/-1 as part of a process of exploring alternate shapes and routes
fascinating, could you explain?
Chemistry has chiralities which affects their properties, why don't we see em as much in the numogram, huh?
Actually two numograms combined.
A numogram with +1 everything, and a numogram with a -1 everything. I thought I could make a numogram syzygy of sorts.
That's a very long numogram! Looks like a face.
There are actually a bunch of "Standard numograms." which is base-10, but drawn differently.
There's the original numogram.
Then there is the mirror-reflection of it.
The original numogram has both warp and plex in the outside.
But you can draw warp-in and plex out, or warp-out and plex-in.
Then there's this one that has both "inside".
Eight (2*4) different modes of base-10 numogram.
"But anon, +1 and -1 doesn't make a syzygy"
well, maybe. +1=1 and -1=8 since 0=9 and i can base that off Ana and Cth values.
i thought that there are syzygetical numograms ranging from +1/-1 to +4/-4 (or maybe more?).
the original numogram itself is a +0/-0 if you consider it that way.
Oooh, doubling currents, are the circles and lines differentiated for odds and evens? that is very pretty.
i think the white line is the I Ching cycle, the single-line circles are passive zones, the double-line zones are active, the currents are lines passing through the passive zones and touching their active zone, and gates proceed from the zone they touch into the zone they stop before
Passive and active? I guess so, though I think the double lines might be more passive since they are always receiving the currents.
I use (currents) to generally mean anything that connects two zones, even gates, though that isnt really ccru terminology. So the (doubling currents) i mean is that doubling of 124875, which is yes, the I Ching cycle. But I just refer to it as the doubling currents. Or the halving currents, depending on which direction you choose.
here's a rare i found today
nullified xenotation gram
excellent quality numogram
This one really speaks to me
slowly running out of numograms to send here
unimaginably blessed image
This one is gorgeous!
It's hard for me to parse the animal on four though.
Also who is Vincent Lee and where can I read their essay on non standard numeracies?
thank you, im rather proud of it! vincent le is a land scholar, a pdf can be downloaded here https://search.informit.org/doi/pdf/10.3316/informit.558640816108681
You made >>131? That's so cool!
i'll try to read this essay tomorrow
yep! theres also a black atlantean cross to go with it
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