I am nuts Math proof

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I am nuts Math proof
when is two = 9
dedicated to a man I knew when I was a very young child
for The Fictional VolunTier Project
tags: spirituality
themes: like when you go outside and it rains you might wear “cover” or carry “cover” but if you don’t would you not not die.  the new grandmom’s actual effective tale of math derivation.
by Goura Fotadar
date: 7916, backdated, 31 years

https://voicethread.com/myvoice/#thread/8018255/44166032
(take into account:) the cliche knowledge that 1 + 1 = 2
but when you count fragments, heeding the cliche still:
in basic hand-written script:
you receive at least:
2 fragments 3 fragments 2 fragments 2 fragments is 9 fragments
using the cliche see diagram of potential fragments
(one explanation is the size of fragments the middle fragment in plus is about the size of one fragment)
so using the cliche,
2 = 9
and when does two equal nine
(guess estimations of other number fragments to get to a count system: 1 … 9)
you arrive at
2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2  (counted to 9 , 2(1) * 2 (2) … )
2 equals 9 at 18
which implies that 2 d.n.e. ?
and 9 is 18
because otherwise, you wouldn’t have to count when: 2 is 9
so something else is equal 9 (again)
that is, 18
there’s no doubling component to numbers
(don’t assume though it’s not a dumb assumption that just because it seams (seams is not a typo, here; by-the-way) like it moves the same it actually does move the same way, you have to
break
the number all the way down in sight to see what actually it does, happens to it kind of like a metaphor for trauma of personalization)
theme: you can take it further in that go to the origination of cliche and translate with this “nuts” math proof, in-that cliches like 2 don’t actually exist but are tools of aptitude application to derivation ; on further thought: is application, derivation?

theme: uh, Iforgot: clinical also has a meaning of research?

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