Monday, July 18, 2005

Face Space

Everyone tells me to stay out of their face so in order to avoid trouble I have to know the dimensions of a person’s face space. Let’s see. Things, good or bad, usually happen in 3’s. Most discussions have 3 major points. Traffic lights usually have 3 lights, red for stop, yellow for caution and green for go. You are usually given 3 chances to accomplish something. Most people can only remember 3 things on a list. The triangle, consisting of 3 sides, is the strongest form of construction. The people you know in your life can be classified as acquaintances, friends and soulmates. If you organize a speech, tell them what you are going to say, say it and tell them what you said.. Based on this irrefutable logic it seems reasonable to assume that everyone’s space seems to be 3 units in length, 3 units in width and 3 units in depth. I have also been called a square and if you multiply 3 units of length times 3 units of width you get a 9 square units (3 X 3 = 9). So far so good!! It seems reasonable, therefore, that if each person has been allotted 9 square units of face space then 9 has to have some mathematical significance to make the system work. If you take any random number such as 137 for example and add it’s digits (1 + 3 + 7 = 11) and subtract that total (11) from the original number (137 - 11 = 126) and that number (126) is divided by 9 you get a number without any fraction (126 / 9 = 14). In addition the digits of 126 (1 + 2 + 6 = 9) total 9. Most people aren’t two dimensional. Therefore, a 3 dimensional person consisting of 3 units of length, 3 units of width and 3 units of depth (3 X 3 X 3 = 27) has 27 cubic units of space. The digits of 27 are 2 and 7. 2 plus 7 = 9 (2+7 = 9). Therefore, if your friend is a Square his face space is 9 square units. If your friend is a cube his face space is 27 cubic units.

1 comment:

Siri said...

Lol, you really like numbers, don't you? It's an amazing thought though...