### SPIME

The Real Original Spime

Spime was first publicly introduced over 30 years ago, in approximately 1972, by Dr. George Kayatta, R.M., whom, for two decades, has been publicly introduced and recognized as a genius in several fields and the foremost Renaissance Man in

In “Spime Factor,” Dr. Kayatta explained SPIME as unrecorded SPacetIME that separates the constants of {01} in qualitative successions: 01▲02▲03. The SPIMES are displayed as equilateral triangles, supervelocitous __waves__ {Energy} between __particles__ {quantum mass}. After the constant “01” ends, “02” begins as another “01.” But the length of “02” is not only “01 + 01”; it is 2 plus “the plus.” Hence the real distance of “ten times 01” is like the length of ten bricks plus the cement, making the distance over the threshold of number 11! In terms of light years, for example, today’s spimeless math is short of the real distance, and off track.

Additionally, through 1979 to 1981, Dr. Kayatta introduced SPIME and __subzero pi__ at the Hayden Planetarium round table discussions. Dr. Kenneth Franklin, the chief astronomer, acknowledged that “If your SPIME and subzero pi are true . . . we’ll have to re-map the sky!” More on SPIME and subzero pi can be found in Dr. Kayatta’s book, Feast, which was voted as the “the best book of 1994” by the prestigious Beaux Arts Society of New York.

Dr. Kayatta also introduced SPIME nationally in the 1990’s on the __Mort Downy Show__ [WWOR, Ch. 9 NYC] and in the __Tour de Force__ [1990-1991], Dr. Kayatta’s four hour cable television math series. Thanks to Dr. Kayatta’s colleagues, friends and associates, copies of the __Tour de Force__ were sent unsolicited to countless people and universities. It is amazing to be notified that the word SPIME has been used elsewhere outside of its original and longtime context.

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