What's good about Hexadecimal numbering system? (General)

by shian ⌂ @, The land of Jesus Christ, Friday, May 21, 2021, 16:01 (121 days ago)
edited by shian, Friday, May 21, 2021, 16:15

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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Hexa, Hexadecimal, base

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