UPDATE: The the order of my patterns are off, Im in the process of fixing the mistake and upgrading the graphics. I removed the ‘IndexedSet’ data structure from my algorithm thinking it wasn’t needed and I could instead just use sorted(set(pattern_list)) but turns out sorted(set(pattern_list)) converts list to a set and then sorts the set based on the values within the set, not the order of the list. So when the order should be 1,2,4,8,7,5 it instead would become 1,2,4,5,7,8.

Marko Rodin discovered universal patterns within the base 10 number system. He did so by reducing calculations to a single base 10 symbol. The example usually given by Rodin and his ‘disciples’ is the concept of ‘doubling’ which refers to doubling numbers and reducing them to a single symbol if they are larger than a single symbol. The largest single symbol in the base 10 number system according to modern number systems is the symbol ‘9’. To determine the ‘times 2’ multiplication pattern one does the following:starts at 1 and multiplies by 2

`-> Starting from 1 and `

-> multiplied by 2 (1*2=2)

-> multiplied by 2 (2*2=4)

-> multiplied by 2 (4*2=8)

-> multiplied by 2 (8*2=16, 1+6=7)

Since 16 is not a single digit symbol, it is reduced to a single symbol through addition of 1 and 6 which results in 7

`-> multiplied by 2 (7*2=14, 1+4=5) `

Even if we didn’t convert the previous calculation (8*2=16) left it with the original result of 16, it still reduces to 5 (16*2=32, 3+2=5). It results in 5 regardless if the previous calculation was reduced or not.

`-> multiplied by 2 (5*2=10, 1+0=1) `

-> the cycle repeats.

The same process is then repeated starting from the number 2 which results in the same repeating pattern, then the process is repeated starting from the number 3.

`-> 3*2=6`

-> 6*2=12, 1+2=3

-> 3*2=6

-> 6*2=12, 1+2=3

-> the cycle repeats.

Working up from 3 the two patterns repeat themselves until a third pattern appears at the number 9.

`-> 9*2=18, 1+8=9`

-> 9*2=18, 1+8=9

-> the cycle repeats.

So there are 3 patterns that emerge when multiplying any base 10 number by 2, they are as follows:

`-> 1,2,4,8,7,5...`

-> 3,6...

-> 9...

This process can be repeated for multiplication by 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 etc up to the largest single symbol within the base number system, so for base 10 system the largest single symbol is 9. The patterns repeat again once you get higher than the largest single symbol.

The modern system of counting is merely a convenience because of the ease in which humans can work with the number 10. It has a limited relationship to actual reality because it is a human construct. Mother nature can work with ALL base number systems. Each base number system could be used to represent specific relationships in nature such as the ‘atomic structure’ of the different elements. The way in which matter forms is a result of the ether being shaped and manipulated into a various base number system shape patterns. In this theory base number systems make up the basic building blocks of the ether, they form the ether into shapes creating matter. The patterns within different base number systems are fractal in nature. They can be infinitely large, but always reduce into a single digit symbol within its base number system, much like a pound of gold can be continuously reduced until eventually reaching its singular ‘atomic structure’, or a magnet can be continuously split in half and each new piece of the magnet will have 2 poles just like it was before it was split. I speculate that the singular ‘atomic structure’ results from a base number system shape forming within the ether. It works like the magnetic polarity of the magnet but with more complex repeating odd number patterns. A magnet has a north and south pole, those poles represent a state of matter in which the matter has only one converging pattern which causes the matter to become out of balance. An example can be seen in the base 10 number system when dividing by different numbers (as seen in the above animation).

After seeing Marko Rodins youtube videos where he outlines his base 10 number system patterns aka vortex mathematics, I wondered if the same could be true with a different base number system. The following animation to demonstrates how each base number system(not just base 10) has specific unique patterns for different mathematical operations performed on them. For example, the number 25 could produce different unique patterns when multiplied by 4 depending on what base number system being applied. This idea could be applied to computing, graphics, fractal imagery, sorting algorithms, atomic structures, electrical power transfer, vortex electricity models, encryption, greater than 2nd order electromagnetic flux calculations with respect to the dimension of space. I have figured out how to apply it fractal imagery and sorting algorithms, but am still working on applying it to the other fields mentioned.