Longlost Nikola Tesla drawings reveal Map to Multiplication 
Tuesday, 27 December 2016  
A recently discovered set of original Nikola Tesla drawings
reveal a map to multiplication that contains all numbers in a simple to
use system. The drawings were discovered at an antique shop in
central Phoenix Arizona by local artist, Abe Zucca. They are believed to
have been created during the last years of Tesla's Free Energy lab,
Wardenclyffe. The manuscript is thought to contain many solutions to
unanswered questions about mathematics.
The diagram itself is very intuitive, allowing students to see how
numbers all work together based on a spiral with 12 positions. 12, or
12x (multiples of 12) is the most highly composite system, which is why
we have 12 months in a year, 12 inches in a foot, 24 hours in a day,
etc. 12 can be divided by 2, 3, 4, and 6. So can all multiples of 12.
For every 12 numbers there is a chance of 4 numbers being prime. They
happen to fall in positions (think clock positions) 5, 7, 11, and 1.

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