1. let us do an experiment. if the speed of the body is say 39 km/sec then the body will be more stable than at any other speed because the number 39 involves 9 in it. so my theory is that for any speed which has the digit 9 in it the moving body will be stable.
one feature of the number 9 is that it adds with any number to give the same number. as in the above case 3 + 9=12,1+2 =3. so it is as good sa saying that the number 9 does not exist in the number 39.

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3. Well, I haven't driven my car 39 kilometers per second but I have driven 39 miles per hour, and nothing very unusual happened. What is your experiment supposed to do?

4. Sounds like numerology to me, but please elaborate......

5. An what happens if the unit of speed you're using is not km/s but let's say mm/year or miles/month or lightyears/millenium???

I can come up with whatever unit you want to show this is incorrect. And who says that any arbitrary ub´nit is prefered over annother one?

6. What number base should you use?

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