It helps to represent very long binary (0,1) numbers easily. For programming of course.

For example, the binary number 11111110100101110011010001010000 in hexadecimal (base-16) is:

FE973450

i.e. 0b11111110100101110011010001010000 = 0xFE973450

But there is something more actual then stupid computers - The Link Between 432 Hz and 8 Hz:

When we tune an instrument to 432 Hz, we get a C note at 256 Hz, which, due to the sympathetic resonance of the note overtones, will produce another C at exactly 8 Hz.

Here the 432 Hz pitch table for music is identical to computer registers table & hexadecimal numbering:

``````Note   Frequency (Hz)
C-4    1
C-3    2
C-2    4
C-1    8
C0     16
C1     32
C2     64
C3     128
C4     256
C5     512
C6     1024
C7     2048
C8     4096
C9     8192
C10    16384
C11    32768
C12    65536
``````

Problem is that the 432 Hz pitch table was never accepted by the music authorities. Instead, they are using the 440 Hz pitch table which is made of broken decimals - not integers, and not based on natural frequencies.

But then again, the entire PC world is not based on natural frequencies as well. This is why WiFi is a leader in making people sick - WiFi is emitting 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, 6 GHz or soon 60 GHz. Which is leading me to the final conclusion: WiFi is one of the main reasons people around the world are standing in line to be executed.

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