# 3/21/11

We look at a roulette wheel and we see a roulette wheel. A passing waitress accidentally drops a glass on the wheel. It lands on a particular pocket. Is that a random event? Relative to what?

It was a random event, but it was not relative to the game. It was relative to its own field. In this case the field would be glasses accidentally dropped on a wheel.

If it is a single event. It is relative to nothing.

We see a roulette wheel and it appears complete with two dimensions that match our perceptions. We test it with several spins and balls and the traditional methodology. That is: Monte Carlo methodology in which all random events are counted and average. The resulting statistics match our perceptions of a wheel of two dimensions: diameter and cross-diameter. The two dimensions each have an end pole. These are the 4 Cardinal poles. Each Cardinal pole is an equal .25 algebraic possibility. In 4 random trials, each pocket will tend to averagely appear once.

Relative to the “game” and relative to our perceptions, the wheel is balanced and traditional random theory is proven again.

Except…relative to the randomness we seek, the resulting statistics from Monte Carlo methodology only match our perceptions.

Relative to the randomness of gravity –instead of relative to our perceptions of randomness– the random geometric truth that gravity is actually delivering is not on a circle or wheel. It is on the straight line of a pi-angle.

That random geometric truth is only found by super imposing “action at a distance” upon Monte Carlo methodology.

Relative to traditional random theory and life’s perceptions …and always delivered by Monte Carlo methodology, only a wheel of 4 Cardinal poles is rotating and/or being randomly measured.

Relative to “action at a distance” only a pi-angle of 4 poles is rotating and/or being randomly measured. They are not equal. In four random trials, the geometric probabilities look like this:

The first trial is a one end of a pi angle. Without further knowledge, it may be assumed to have a random value of 1/4 C or relative 1/4 pi. That value changes as relativity appears as the series evolves.

The second event gives proof of relative 1/4 pi. This is the original Needle. It is the Needle’s relativity to the pi-angle that is given life by “action at a distance.” The random event that mathematically appears as 1/4 C becomes a possibility of .50 on the relative cross diameter. That is: it geometrically becomes the Center of Rotation relative to the cross diameter. This is the second event in the series of four. This is the event that is finessed through.

The third event is the pi-angle pole. It has (the subject of this book) a random value of .33333 . The flat bet advantage is the difference between the pi-angle value of .33333 less the Cardinal pole value of .25 . The difference is factored by two directions. This values the pi-angle pole at: .16666 . This is the gravity bet.

The statistics of the pi-odds study, indicate that the true random value of the first event is not relative 1/4 pi, but rather one twelfth pi (that is: 1/12 pi). Discussions are found herein. That totals seventy five percent of gravity’s random pull over three random trials. What of the remaining twenty five percent? What of the fourth trial?

The fourth trial completes the truth of quadrature. It is meaningless relative to gravity. The random measure of gravity was complete with three trials. The fourth trial is relative to nothing but life’s perception of the Center of Rotation or a Cardinal pole. The fourth trial statistically appears as exactly what traditional random theory and quadrature expect. That is: .25 .

A sequence of four random measurements under traditional random theory will tend to look like this in any order: North; South; East; West.

A sequence of four random measurements using “action at a distance” will tend to look like this, in this specific order: South as a pi angle base with a random value of 1/12 pi; the Center of Rotation with a random value of 1/2 pi; the pi-angle pole with a random value of 1/6 pi; the Center of Rotation with a random value of 1/4 pi.

By the proof of the original Needle, The field or circle or “game” is pi. Without relativity, a random event’s possibility is 1/12 pi. With relativity, the unit of measure is the geometric probability of relative 1/4 pi. The bridge to which the unit of measure is applied is 1/2 pi. The grail is found as 1/6 pi. Gravity is found as pi divided by pi.