Mathematical Physics

   

The Imaginary Norm

Authors: Jan Makopa

It is known that the direction of a position vectors located along the imaginary dimension of the Euler coordinate system distorts the symmetry of the Euler cycle. The pertinent Literature in context has algebraic origins but yet can be argued as has been done by others in the past that – the direction of the singularities cannot be real and therefore must carry an imaginary component. To understand how Norms oscillate, we propose the “Norm Wave Function” whose exposition we give herein is based on the geometric expansion of Norms. The once speculative Mohammed Abubakr- proposition on Calpanic Numbers, can now find full justification as a fully-fledged proposition. At the end of it all our contribution in the present work – if any; is that we shall here in Part One demonstrate that directional singularities that distorts Euler rotations are imaginary state vectors that are cyclic in nature and in Part two of this proposition we will further demonstrate that the hypothetical Norm in proposal carry unique attributes that may have the potential to explain the manifestation of real space from the imaginary realm.

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[v1] 2018-10-29 02:08:45
[v2] 2019-01-27 03:36:34

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