What is the languages??

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  1. lion free

    lion free Registered User

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    Hello everyone...

    What's the languages?? And why is it necessary in the science of predicting the future ?? And why can we get to know anyone with a group of letters and numbers ??

    Why are letters and numbers identical despite different languages ??

    and if you have what is the best sources for origin operation??
     
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  2. JamestheJust

    JamestheJust Registered User

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    >Why are letters and numbers identical despite different languages

    Here is probably the earliest written language that universities can translate. Native peoples may do better


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  3. lion free

    lion free Registered User

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    Also, we can understand the nature of the letters and their origin from our languages used today .. I think that a word in the English language carries the same character as the word in another language because it all represents the world of ideals I think we will not understand this except when we understand the world of ideals and the academic and sémiologie cannot provide a detailed explanation But I am still trying to research at this point in particular
     
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  4. Mike Martin

    Mike Martin Eternal Apprentice Premium Member

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    あなたが書いていることは意味がありません

    ما تكتبه لا معنى له
     
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  5. Elexir

    Elexir Registered User

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    привет

    Ég er að horfa
    Ég lít á Þór
     
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  6. bro.william

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  7. Matt1

    Matt1 Registered User

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    I noticed an Indian text with western numbers (sorry, I can't tell which language). They use their own letters but our numbers, because our system of numbers is so brilliant.

    "Our" numbers, of course, are "Arabic numbers". They were introduced to Europeans by North Africans who invaded parts of Spain - and by many European scholars who went to Northern African universities to study math. The Arabic numbers soon replaced the Roman numbers.

    The Arabic people still use the same system but they are written in a different manner - our Arabic numbers are Western Arabic, in moderan day Arabic they use Eastern Arabic numbers.

    But the Arabic people do not call their numbers"Arabic" numbers, but "Indian numbers" -"arqam hindiyyah" the whole system of numbers were originally developed in India.

    (please feel free to correct my facts)
     
  8. Elexir

    Elexir Registered User

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    Well if they had it first they didnt keep our system. They kept their own. Not sure how it proves anything other then that good ideas always replace bad ideas....
     
  9. lion free

    lion free Registered User

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    Yes, and the Arab people used letters as numbers before al-khawarizmi's numbers but the Indian or Western numbers it is not important the numbers are just signs and it's same thing
     
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  10. lion free

    lion free Registered User

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    I know...

    but this is what i noticed during read esoteric books
     
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  11. Matt1

    Matt1 Registered User

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    My point exactly I'm not sure I quite comprehend what mr Lion was saying, but I was fascinated about the idea of the numbers going around the world and evolving on the way.
     
  12. lion free

    lion free Registered User

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    Do you know the wega game??
     
  13. jvarnell

    jvarnell Premium Member

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    This can not be right the 600bc stuff is cuneiform from 3200bc
    Just saying
     
  14. TheThumbPuppy

    TheThumbPuppy Registered User

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    意味がありません、ですね?
     

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