Teens are expensive and their technology, well, that’s even more expensive and confusing. While we find ourselves saying “no” to many of the new devices they want, there is one that we know they truly need: their laptop. #ad When one of our kids started college he told us the two things he couldn’t live without as a freshman were a high-quality laptop and comfortable mattress topper! For kids working their way through high school and those who will later go to college, their laptop is the one resource that holds all the tools and information to make them successful students. But selecting a laptop can be confusing. Storage, processing speed, and cost all need to be considered. We want something that will last and will give them access to the digital tools they will need to master in high school and college. We need something that they can use for taking notes in class, working on group projects, doing research, multitasking across loads of different apps and, truthfully, watching a movie to unwind at the end of a long week. If you find yourself as confused as we were about some of the things to think about when picking out a laptop for your teen, here are the 10 major factors you will want to consider. And here’s where you can check out the great deals that @Walmart has on the HP Chromebook powered by Intel® Core™ i3 Processors when you are ready to buy. (Link to article in profile) @Mirum_US @intel . . . . . #upgradeyourexpectations#walmart#grownandflown#shopwalmart#laptop#hpchromebook#collegelife#collegestudent#momofcollegekid#momofteen#momsofinsta#momlife#loveandfamily#shopping#shoppingforteens#dormlife#dormnecessities
NFL.com’s Gregg Rosenthal ranked his top 25 potential free agents in 2020. A few QBs (Dak, Rivers, Jameis and Mariota) and pass rushers top the list (Jones, Clowney, Ngakoue). Click the link in our bio to see the whole list.
By @robertedwardgrant Did you know that the square root of any number forms a perfect mirror reflection between its two factors? For example: 12,193 is the product of two prime numbers: 137 and 89. The square root of 12,193 is 110.4219. 137/110.4219 = 1.24069. And 89/110.4219 = 1/1.24069. Only the correct factors of a given product will create this perfect mirror symmetry with its square root. This works for ANY number. How is this possible and why is a number’s square root even somehow entangled to its factors at all? I discovered this phenomenon last year, and you will not find this in any mathematics (or cryptography) textbook. So what, WHO CARES you say? This is, in fact one of the many mathematical decryption solutions to all RSA encryptions, the world’s standard since 1978 (as well as virtually all factoring based encryptions which includes Sha-3 (Bitcoin) and Elliptic Curve). #numbers#numbertheory#wavenumbertheory#encryption#factors#squares#squareroot#number#mathematics#universalmathematics#universalgeometry#linguisticnumbertheory#cryptography#math#mathart#art by #robertedwardgrant
"Parenting teens can be an emotional whirlwind and in the heat of the battle it is easy to forget lessons learned the hard way. So, note to self…" Check out, “Note to Self: On Parenting Teens." (Link in profile) . . . . . . . . #mom#momlife#momsofinsta#momproblems#grownandflown @grownandflown
Why did Tesla say that 3,6,9 was the key to the universe? "If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the universe. ㅤ 1. A circle has 360 degrees. (3+6+0=9) ㅤ 2. Semicircle has 180 degrees. (1+8+0=9) ㅤ 3.One fourth of circle has 90 degrees. (9+0=9) ㅤ 4.45 degree (4+5=9) ㅤ 5.22.5 degree. (2+2+5=9) ㅤ 6.11.25 degree (1+1+2+5=9) ㅤ A pattern develops when bisecting a circle. Resulting angle always reduces to 9. ㅤ Now see sum of angles of regular polygons. ㅤ 1. Triangle=180 degree (1+8+0=9) ㅤ 2. Square= 360 degree (3+6+0=9) ㅤ 3. Pentagon= 540 (5+4+0=9) ㅤ 4. Hexagon = 720 (7+2+0=9) ㅤ 5. Heptagon=1080 (1+0+8+0=9) ㅤ 6.Octagon = 1260 (1+2+6+0=9) ㅤ And so on. ㅤ By above duality of 9, we see that, 9 models "no"thing and "every"thing as bisecting a circle takes us to a singularity and our polygons communicate an outward divergence ㅤ Some More: ㅤ •1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8=36 (3+6=9) ㅤ •9+x will return x, where x is any digit (1 to 9) Example- 9+7=16 (1+6=7) So 9 literally equals all the digits (36) and nothing (0) ㅤ • Also 6 is the least perfect number. ㅤ • 3 is the least odd prime. ㅤ • 3 and 6 are first two triangular numbers (after 1, which is conventionally triangular) and adding them gives 9. ㅤ Tesla made earthquakes in 1899. September 3, 1899 September 6, 1899 September 9, 1899 It may be explained with the MAG-nificence of the three, six & nine... that in truth are dates in September, 1899, when Tesla made the land wave like the sea, Yakutat Bay earthquakes from Colorado Springs. ㅤ #projectknowledge ㅤ Watch the Full Video: https://youtu.be/KYB6V91Zkic ㅤ Type "369" to help boost the frequency of this post!
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Type "369" to help us boost the frequency of this post. ㅤ The Law of Space-Time ㅤ Follow @robertedwardgrant and click on the link in description of his profile for his works and courses. ㅤ Pythagoras said that geometry and math held a key to all life everywhere. Was he right? ㅤ The circle, triangle, square, and pentagon always add up to the same numbers when adding those numbers from the angles of degrees for a particular shape. For example, the sum total of all three interior angles of a triangle is always 180. ㅤ For both the square and circle, it’s 360. For the pentagon, it’s 540. The hexagon is 720. A seven-sided heptagon is 900. An octagon is 1080. ㅤ Look at these numbers in a different way. They happen to be in the same numerical group as 432. And, when added together, they all add up to nine, just like 432. ㅤ Add these numbers as vibration cycles (Hertz): 180 = F#, 360 = F# an octave higher, 540 = C# a fifth higher, 720 = F# at the next octave, 900 = A# to complete a major triad and finally, 1080 = C#. All of these numbers add up to an F-sharp Major chord. ㅤ Coincidence? ㅤ Source: www.healingfrequenciesmusic.com/976-2 ㅤ Images by Joe Dubs & Lucien Khan ㅤ #lawofvibration#lawofcorrespondence#sacredgeometry#cymatics#fractal#fractals#seedoflife#floweroflife#treeoflife#asabovesobelow#hermeticism#phi#goldenratio#fibonaccisequence#spiral#consciousness#light ㅤ Help us produce our documentary, become our Patron at Patreon: ㅤ www.patreon.com/lightisconsciousness ㅤ Resonance Academy Courses also Available in the Clickable Link in Bio. ㅤ #lightisconsciousness ㅤ Thanks to our Patrons for all the support!!
Post by @robertedwardgrant “As a man who has devoted his whole life to the most clear headed science, to the study of matter, I can tell you as a result of my research about atoms this much: There is no matter as such. All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particle of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together. We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent mind. This mind is the matrix of all matter.” - Max Planck . Image: Cymaglyphs . #maxplanck#matter#vibration#frequency#consciousness#mind#matrix#atom#particle#force#physics#unifiedfield#atoms#cymatics#cymaglyph
What's your favourite ice cream flavour? 🍦🍨 Challenge yourself to make some at home with fresh strawberries and whipping cream. You'll see how easy it is to prepare (and even easier to enjoy)! 😉 🍓 Recipe in the bio ☝️ -- Quelle est votre saveur de crème glacée préférée? 🍦 🍨 Relevez le défi d'en cuisiner une maison avec des fraises fraîches et de la crème à fouetter. Vous constaterez que c'est très facile à réaliser (et encore plus simple à savourer)! 😉 🍓 Recette dans la bio ☝️ #startwithfresh#baxtermilk#dairylandmilk#neilsondairy#nutrilait#scotsburnmilk
Blueberry lovers unite! Use these bountiful berries in a unique salad topped with @Woolwich_Dairy Goat Cheese Crumbles. 😋 Recipe in the bio ☝️ -- Que ceux et celles qui adorent les bleuets se manifestent! Voici une façon originale de les mettre en vedette dans cette salade garnie de fromage de chèvre @Woolwich_Dairy émietté. 😋 Recette dans la bio ☝️ #startwithfresh#woolwichdairy
By @robertedwardgrant A New Algebraic Factoring Equation and approach....Did you know that the Cube Octahedron (The Vector Equilibrium) is the Third Dimensional version of the Prime Wheel in Mod 24 (the Vector Equilibrium has 24 edges)? Did you also know that if you can derive the Sum of Primes 1-2; you can solve the distance between Primes 1 and 2 (Equation: Sum (Prime 1&2) = 2*((Bi-Prime + (Delta/2)^2)^.5). Whereby: Sum/2 - Half Delta = Prime 1 and Sum/2 + Half Delta = Prime 2. (Don’t forget to divide the Sum symbol by 2).....This is possible because each Modular “Spoke” is ‘governed by certain mathematical constants like Pi, Alpha, Phi, Euler, Gamma, the Golden Angle, Alpha and so on. #newmath#robertedwardgrant#geometry#universalmathematics#alpha#pi#euler#gamma#goldenangle#factoring#primes#primenumbers#mathematics#mathart Artwork by RG.