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  1. Multiversity Headers :-v

    Hey how are you all.. Seems like TCP/IP is a success hey, I remember back in
    the day when you had to access usenet over a netbios and netbeui exchange
    and all the domain lookup was done over netbeui.. Back in the old school
    days of BBS systems and so on.

    I remember then suggestion a form of "multiversity" tunneling for it and it
    seems somewhere in there there is one of them in the header, there was a
    couple of other headers we have been suggesting since IPv1 - there is one
    which is basically floating point time (roun) and cost to send it around,
    you may notice this does exist as if you open your uTorrent for example you
    will notice in the log you have things like transmission 1.2.2.1 and so on
    dialing into your torrent client with absolutely not reference to it in this
    internets multiversity abstraction layer apart from a few pages of "where is
    this client?"

    It was nice to see my suggestion of AI assigned IP's was used for IPv6, that
    is fantastic - well from what cern.fr have discerned we really are in a
    omniverse with an infinite number of multiverse which all those texted that
    refer to a "universe" is a 1 x multiverse, so I guess as a 12 year old child
    back then with those suggestion that was a fine piece of typery..

    Well I had to go an live in the bush for awhile cause of it, being the
    waypoint for that sort of technology.


    Thanks


    Simon Roberts
    www.chronolabs.org.au (clora)






  2. Radix Ounion Movement Calendar Code

    Oh yeah btw, if you are looking for an accurate version of Roun, here is
    some php code, you may have to make a reverse system to pin point with other
    calendars..

    function RounCalendar($unix_time, $gmt, $poffset = '2008-05-11 14:45:38',
    $pweight = '-1.59999999979000000007349999997428', $defiency='deficient',
    $timeset= array("hours" => 24, "minutes" => 60, "seconds" => 60))
    {
    // Code Segment 1 - Calculate Floating Point
    $tme = $unix_time;

    if ($gmt>0){
    $gmt=-$gmt;
    } else {
    $gmt=abs($gmt);
    }

    $ptime = strtotime($poffset)+(60*60*gmt);
    $weight = $pweight+(1*gmt);

    $roun_xa = ($tme)/(24*60*60);
    $roun_ya = $ptime/(24*60*60);
    $roun = (($roun_xa -$roun_ya) - $weight)+(microtime/999999);

    // Code Segment 2 - Set month day arrays
    $nonedeficient = array("seq1" =>
    array(31,30,31,30,30,30,31,30,31,30,31,30),
    "seq2" =>
    array(31,30,31,30,31,30,31,30,31,30,31,30),
    "seq3" =>
    array(31,30,31,30,30,30,31,30,31,30,31,30),
    "seq4" =>
    array(31,30,31,30,30,30,31,30,31,30,31,30));

    $deficient = array("seq1" =>
    array(31,30,31,30,30,30,31,30,31,30,31,30),
    "seq2" =>
    array(31,30,31,30,31,30,31,30,31,30,31,30),
    "seq3" =>
    array(31,30,31,30,31,30,31,30,30,30,31,30),
    "seq4" =>
    array(30,30,31,30,31,30,31,30,31,30,31,30));

    $monthusage = isset($defiency) ? ${$defiency} : $deficient;

    // Code Segment 3 - Calculate month number, day number, day count etc
    foreach($monthusage as $key => $item){
    $i++;
    foreach($item as $numdays){
    $ttl_num=$ttl_num+$numdays;
    $ttl_num_months++;
    }
    }

    // As well as Function MayanTihkalCalendar
    $revolutionsperyear = $ttl_num / $i;
    $numyears = floor((ceil($roun) / $revolutionsperyear));
    $avg_num_month = $ttl_num_months/$i;
    $jtl = abs(abs($roun) - ceil($revolutionsperyear*($numyears+1)));
    while($month==0){
    $day=0;
    $u=0;
    foreach($monthusage as $key => $item){
    $t=0;
    foreach($item as $numdays){
    $t++;
    $tt=0;
    for($sh=1;$sh<=$numdays;$sh++){
    $ii=$ii+1;
    $tt++;
    if ($ii==floor($jtl)){
    if ($roun<0){
    $daynum = $tt;
    $month = $t;
    } else {
    $daynum = $numdays-($tt-1);
    $month = $avg_num_month-($t-1);
    }
    $sequence = $key;
    $nodaycount=true;
    }
    }
    if ($nodaycount==false)
    $day++;
    }
    $u++;
    }
    }



    $timer = substr($roun,
    strpos($roun,'.')+1,strlen($roun)-strpos($roun,'.')-1);
    $roun_out= $numyears.'/'.$month.'/'.$daynum.' '.$day.'.'.
    floor(intval(substr($timer,0,2))/100*$timeset['hours']).':'.
    floor(intval(substr($timer,2,2))/100*$timeset['minutes']).':'.
    floor(intval(substr($timer,4,2))/100*$timeset['seconds']).'.'.substr($timer,6,strlen($timer)-6);

    $roun_obj = array('year'=>$numyears,'month'=>$month, 'day'=>$daynum,
    'jtl'=>$jtl,
    'day_count'=>$day,'hours'=>floor(intval(substr($timer,0,2))/100*$timeset['hours']),'minute'=>
    floor(intval(substr($timer,2,2))/100*$timeset['minutes']),'seconds'=>
    floor(intval(substr($timer,4,2))/100*$timeset['seconds']),'microtime'=>substr($timer,6,strlen($timer)-6),'strout'=>$roun_out);

    return $roun_obj;
    }



    "Simon Roberts" wrote in message
    news:ZFpkk.9$y75.8@fe26.usenetserver.com...
    > Hey how are you all.. Seems like TCP/IP is a success hey, I remember back
    > in the day when you had to access usenet over a netbios and netbeui
    > exchange and all the domain lookup was done over netbeui.. Back in the old
    > school days of BBS systems and so on.
    >
    > I remember then suggestion a form of "multiversity" tunneling for it and
    > it seems somewhere in there there is one of them in the header, there was
    > a couple of other headers we have been suggesting since IPv1 - there is
    > one which is basically floating point time (roun) and cost to send it
    > around, you may notice this does exist as if you open your uTorrent for
    > example you will notice in the log you have things like transmission
    > 1.2.2.1 and so on dialing into your torrent client with absolutely not
    > reference to it in this internets multiversity abstraction layer apart
    > from a few pages of "where is this client?"
    >
    > It was nice to see my suggestion of AI assigned IP's was used for IPv6,
    > that is fantastic - well from what cern.fr have discerned we really are in
    > a omniverse with an infinite number of multiverse which all those texted
    > that refer to a "universe" is a 1 x multiverse, so I guess as a 12 year
    > old child back then with those suggestion that was a fine piece of
    > typery..
    >
    > Well I had to go an live in the bush for awhile cause of it, being the
    > waypoint for that sort of technology.
    >
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    >
    > Simon Roberts
    > www.chronolabs.org.au (clora)
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >



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