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numerology

Pseudomedicine
The study of the mystical significance of numbers and their alleged influence on human behaviour, health and other activities.
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Remembering mentioning words said by Seth Lloyd [19] "not to follow in Dirac's footsteps and take such numerology too seriously" the author encourages the reader to continue such mathematical experiments and in order to extend the table of the formulas and submit your expressions to the author.
Love Meter also provides users with their horoscope, again developed using the sound logic of numerology.
We will begin to see a trend this year, through all areas of human life, to search for ways to bring us together," says the numerology Web site.
Astrology is a combination of basic astronomy, numerology, and mysticism.
Chief Wizard Harold Camping has used some obscure mathematical formula, a splash of numerology, a solar year calculation and a heavy dose of Biblical 'prophecy' to work out the exact day of destruction.
He indicated that he reached two rules in algebra, the science that has not changed since Khwarizmi laid its foundations, noting that many researchers and specialists consider this discovery as a key pillar in numerology, the theory of numbers, modern calculations and computer science.
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Paula Durette queers relationships between numbers as their polyamorous soap operas accumulate, explaining the numerology behind the phrase "big ol' dyke.
I have avoided the esoteric aspects of numerology intentionally, preferring to make the subject accessible to those who wonder whether deductions can be made from a name.
Here are the basic numerology attributes so you can try for yourself.
In Mumbai, Sanjay Jumaani has a thriving numerology business.
In the final essays, Grattan-Guinness investigates some understudied aspects of mathematics, including numerology, Masonic symbols in classical music, and the links between mathematics and Christianity.