Is there something to the Golden ratio times a math cycle (350) divided by Pi equaling half a spin (180)? How about three math cycles (1050) equaling

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Is there something to the Golden ratio times a math cycle (350) divided by Pi equaling half a spin (180)? How about three math cycles (1050) equaling a spin and a half (540)?

Am I discovering the source of TIME?
 
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Time involves Pi, Golden ratio, math cycles, and a superimposed circle on the Golden ratio representing spin.

(350) 180.26267518
(700) 360.52535036
(1050) 540.788025541
(1400) 721.050700721
(1750) 901.313375901
(2100) 1081.57605108
(2450) 1261.83872626
(2800) 1442.10140144
(3150) 1622.36407662
(3500) 1802.6267518
(3850) 1982.88942698

Something weird happens when subtracting the extra numbers from every other line.
The number 52,535,036 keeps showing up. 262,675,180 if you go line by line.

The extra numbers are from the Golden ratio being a 3D/Vertical progressing object. Some type of scale is happening.
 
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I discovered two new concepts, Math cycles and 360 spin represented by Pi. The circumference is increasing as it spins (0.1%). I discovered the mechanism for TIME.
 
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The space of spacetime is just the spatial dimensions. The fabric of spacetime is the connection of spatial to the time mechanism and the Mandelbrot set.
 
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Does bifurcation bifurcate at the Feigenbaum constant because Golden ratio x Mandelbrot(Math cycles) / Feigenbaum doubles per complete 700 math cycles?
 
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Are cyclical events mathematical rotations? Why does repeated multiplication with itself 700 times equal a rotation?
It is because a number multiplied by itself 350 times starts to repeat a pattern and equals half a rotation.
 
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Golden ratio x mathematical rotations / Feigenbaum constant = bifurcation per full rotation

Golden ratio x (repeated multiplication with itself 700) / Pi = mathematical rotation + 0.1%
 
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