Ok, if z(s)= 1+1/(2^s)+1/(3^s)+1/(4^s)+1/(5^s)+1/(6^s)+1/(7^s)+1/(8^s)+...
then if s=-1 then z(-1)=1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8... now you may know that this in the end all equals -(1/12) but im not interested in that in this entry.
and if s=-2 then z(-2)=1+4+9+46+25+36+49+64
Now the difference between each of these numbers are as follows: 3,5,7,9,11,13,15...
Notice that the difference between THOSE sets of number is this: 2,2,2,2,2,2,2,2....
Interesting. I wonder what would happen if i did z(-3)=1+8+27+64+125+216+343+512....
and Thus that would mean that the difference between those number is: 7,19,37,61,91,2127,169,217....
I notice that the next
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Now I would also say that art is also relative.
I would define art as "Something that which a Human creates and a human perceives as beautiful."
And that would make all art relative, and all beauty art.
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