1231.00 Cosmic Illions 
1231.01 Westernworld humans are no longer spontaneously cognizant of the Greek or Latin number prefixes like dec, or non, or oct, nor are they able spontaneously to formulate in appropriate Latin or Greek terms the larger numbers spoken of by scientists nowadays only as powers of ten. On the other hand, we are indeed familiar with the AngloAmerican words one, two, and three, wherefore we may prefix these more familiar designations to the constant illion, suffix which we will now always equate with a set of three successive zeros. (See Table 1238.80.) 
1231.02 We used to call 1,000 one thousand. We will now call it oneillion. Each additional set of three zeros is recognized by the prefixed number of such threezero sets. 1,000,000= twoillion. 1,000,000,000 is 1 threeillion. (This is always hyphenated to avoid confusion with the set of subillion enumerators, e.g., 206 fourillions.) The English identified illions only with six zero additions, while the Americans used illions for every three zeros, starting, however, only after 1,000, overlooking its three zeros as common to all of them. Both the English and American systems thus were forced to use awkward nomenclature by retaining the initial word thousand as belonging to a different concept and an historically earlier time. Using our consistent illion nomenclature, we express the largest experientially conceivable measurement, which is the diameter of the thusfar observed Universe measured in diameters of the nucleus of the atom, which measurement is a neat 312 fourteenillions. (See Sec. 1238.50.) 
1232.00 Binomial Symmetry of Scheherazade Numbers 
1232.10
Exponential Powers of 1,001: As with all binomials,
for example A2 + 2AB
+B2, the progressive powers of the 1,001 Scheherazade
Number produced by 7 × 11 ×
the product of which, multiplied by itself in successive
stages, provides a series of
symmetrical reflection numbers. They are not only sublimely
rememberable but they
resolve themselves into a symmetrical mirror pyramid
array:

1232.11 The binomial symmetry expands all of its multiples in both left and right directions in reflection balance. Note that the exponential power to which the 1,001 Scheherazade Number is raised becomes the second whole integer from either end. As with (A+B)^{2} = A^{2} + 2AB + B^{2}, the interior integers consist of expressions and products of the exponent power. 
1232.20
Cancellation of "Leftward Spillover": In the pyramid
array of 1,001
Scheherazade Numbers (see Sec.
1232.10), we observe
that due to the doublesymbol
notation of the number 10, the symmetry seems to be
altered by the introduction of the
leftward accommodation of the two integers of 10 in
a singleinteger position. For
instance,
Ten could be written vertically as

Table 1232.21 
1232.21 The abacus with its wires and beads taught humans how to fill a column with figures and thereafter to fill additional columns, by convention to the left. The Arabic numerals developed as symbols for the content of the columns. They filled a column and then they emptied it, but the cipher prevented them from using the column for any other notation, and the excess^{__}by convention^{__}was moved over to the left. This ''spillover" can begin earlier or later, depending on the modulus employed. The spillover to the next column begins later when we are employing Modulo 12 than when we are employing Modulo 10. To disembarrass the symmetry of the leftward spillover, the spillover number in the table has been written vertically. 
1232.22
The table of the ten successive powers of the 1,001
Scheherazade Number
accidentally discloses a series of progressions:

1232.23 The tetrahedron can be symmetrically or asymmetrically altered to accommodate the four unique planes that produce the fourthdimensional accommodation of the vector equilibrium. The symmetry disclosed here may very well be fourdimensional symmetry that we have simply expressed in columns in a plane. 
1232.24 The number 1,001 looks exciting because we are very close to the binary system of the computers. (We remember that Polynesians only counted to one and two.) The binary yesno sequence looks so familiar. The Scheherazade Number has all the numbers you have in the binary system. The l,001ness keeps persisting throughout the table. 
1232.25 The numbers 7 × 11 × 13 × 17 included in the symmetric dividend 510,510 may have an important function in atomic nucleation, since it accommodates all the prime numbers involved in the successive periods. 
1232.26 Many mathematicians assume that the integer 1 is not to be counted as a prime. Thus 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, and 13 make a total of six effective primes that may be identified with the fundamental vector edges of the tetrahedron and the six axes of conglomeration of 12 uniradius spheres closest packed around one nuclear sphere, and the fundamental topological abundance of universal lines that always consist of even sets of six. 
1232.30
Scheherazade Reflection Patterns:

1234.00 Sevenillion Scheherazade Number 
1234.01
The Sevenillion Scheherazade Number includes the first
seven primes,
which are:
(1·2·3·5·7·11·13)^{5} ... to the fifth power.
It reads,
24,421,743,243,121,524,300,000

1234.02 In the first days of electromagnetics, scientists discovered fourthpower energy relationships and Einstein began to find fifthpower relationships having to do with gravity accommodating fourth and fifthpowering. The first seven primes factorial is a sublimely rememberable number. It is a big number, yet rememberable. When nature gives us a number we can remember, she is putting us on notice that the cosmic communications circuits are open: you are connected through to many sublime truths! 
1234.03 Though factored by seven prime numbers, it is expressible entirely as varioussized increments of three to the fifth power. There is a fourplace overlapping of one. Three to the fifth power means fivedimensionality triangulation, which means that fivedimensional structuring as triangulation is structure. 
1234.04 When it is substituted as a comprehensive dividend for 360° 00' 00" to express cyclic unity in increments equal to one second of arc, while recalculating the tables of trigonometric functions, it is probable that many, if not most, and possibly all the function fractions will be expressible as whole rational numbers. The use of 24,421,743,243,121,524,300,000 as cyclic unity will eliminate much cumulative error of the present trigonometricfunction tables. 
1234.10
Sevenillion Scheherazade Number: Symmetrical Mirror
Pyramid Array
where 3^{5} = 243, 5·3^{5} = 1215, (5·2)^{5} = five zero prefix, + (5·2)^{5} = five zero sufix 
1236.00 Eightillion Scheherazade Number 
1236.01
The Eightillion Scheherazade Number is
It reads:
1,452,803,177,020,770,377,302,500

1236.02 The Eightillion Scheherazade Number accommodates all trigonometric functions, spherical and planar, when unity is 60 degrees; its halfway turnabout is 30 degrees. It also accommodates the octaveninezero of the icosahedron's corner angles of 72 degrees, onehalf of which is 36 degrees (ergo, 31 is the greatest prime involved), which characterizes maximum spherical excess of the vector equilibrium's sixty degreeness. 
1237.00 Nineillion Scheherazade Number 
1237.01
The Nineillion Scheherazade Number includes the first
12 primes, which
are:
185,958,806,658,658,608,294,720,000,000
It is full of mirrors:

1238.00 Fourteenillion Scheherazade Number 
1238.20 Trigonometric Limit: First 14 Primes: The Fourteenillion Scheherazade Number accommodates all the omnirational calculations of the trigonometric function tables whose largest prime number is 43 and whose highest common variable multiple is 45 degrees, which is oneeighth of unity in a Universe whose polyhedral systems consist always of a minimum of four positive and four negative quadranted hemispheres. 
1238.21 45 degrees is the zero limit of covarying asymmetry because the right triangle's 90degree corner is always complemented by two corners always together totalling 90 degrees. The smallest of the covarying, 90degree complementaries reaches its maximum limit when both complementaries are 45 degrees. Accepting the concept that one is not a prime number, we have 14 primes^{__}2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43^{__}which primacy will accommodate all the 14 unique structural faceting of all the crystallography, all the biological cell structuring, and all bubble agglomerating: the 14 facets being the polar facets of the seven and only seven axes of symmetry of Universe, which are the 3, 4, 6, 12great circles of the vector equilibrium and the 6, 10, 15great circles of the icosahedron. 
1238.22 Tetrahedral Complementations The spheretospace, spacetosphere intertransformability is a conceptual generalization holding true independent of size, which therefore permits us to consider the generalized allspacefilling complementarity of the convex (sphere) and concave (space) octahedra with the convex (sphere) and concave (space) vector equilibria; this also permits us to indulge our concentrated attention upon local specialcase events without fear of missing further opportunities of enjoying total synergetically conceptual advantage regarding nonsimultaneously considerable Scenario Universe. (See Secs. 970.20 and 1032.) 
1238.23 We know the fundamental intercomplementations of the external convex macrotetra and the internal concave microtetra with all conceptual systems. Looking at the four successive plus, minus, plus, minus, XYZ coordination quadrants, we find that a single 90degree quadrant of one hemisphere of the spherical octahedron contains all the trigonometric functioning covariations of the whole system. When the central angle is 90 degrees, then the two small corner angles of the isosceles triangle are each 45 degrees. After 45 degrees the sines become cosines, and vice versa. At 45 degrees they balance. Thereafter all the prime numbers that can ever enter into prime trigonometric computation (in contradistinction to complementary function computation) occur below the number 45. What occasions irrationality is the inability of dividends to be omniequidivisible, due to the presence of a prime number of which the dividend is not a whole product. 
1238.24 This is why we factor completely or intermultiply all of the first 14 prime numbers existing between 1 and 45 degrees. Inclusive of these 14 numbers we multiply the first eight primes to many repowerings, which produces this Scheherazade Number, which, when used as the number of units in a circle, becomes a dividend permitting omnirational computation accommodation of all the variations of all the trigonometries of Universe. 
1238.25
The four vertexial stars A, B, C, D defining the minimum
structural^{__}ergo,
triangulated^{__}system of Universe have only four possible
triangular arrangements. There
are only four possible different topological vertex
combinations of a minimum structural
system: ABC, ABD, ACD, BCD. In multifrequenced, modular
subdivisioning of the
minimum structural system, the subdividing grid may
develop eight positive and negative
aspects:

Fig. 1238.26 
1238.26
Three unopened edges AB, AD, BC. (Fig.
1238.26A.)
Four edgebonded triangles of the tetrahedron. (Fig. 1238.26B.) Three pairs of opened edges; three pairs of unopened edges. Each triangle has also both obverse and reverse surfaces; ergo, minimum closed system of Universe has four positive and four negative triangles^{__}which equals eight cases of the same. The same four triangles vertexbond to produce the octahedron. (Fig. 1238.26C.) 
1238.27 In a spherically referenced symmetrical structural system one quadrant of one hemisphere contains all the trigonometric variables of the whole system. This is because each hemisphere constitutes a 360degree encirclement of its pole and because a 90degree quadrant is represented by three equirightangle surfaceangle corners and three equi90degree centralanglearc edges, half of which 90degree surface and central angles is 45 degrees, which is the point where the sine of one angle becomes the cosine of the other and knowledge of the smallest is adequate^{__}ergo, 45° 45° is the limit case of the smallest. 
1238.28
Spherical Quadrant Phase: There is always a total of
eight (four positive,
four negative) unique
phases of all cyclically described symmetrical systems (see Sec. 610.20), within any one octave of which all the intercovariable ranging complementations of number occur. For instance, in a system such as spherical trigonometry, consisting of 360 degrees per circle or cycle, all the numerical intervariabilities occur within the first 45 degrees, .: 45 × 8 = 360. Since the unit cyclic totality of the Fourteenillion Scheherazade Number is the product of the first 15 primes, it contains all the prime numbers occurring within the 45 degreelimit numerical integer permutations of all cyclic systems together with an abundance of powers of the first eight primes, thus accommodating omnirational integrational expressibility to a 1 × 10^{42} fraction of cyclic unity, a dividend so comprehensive as to permit the rational description of a 22 billionlightyeardiameter Universe in whole increments of 1/10,000ths of one atomic nucleus diameter. 
1238.29

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