Crazyman Math



One only needs four numbers to count all things, and only four instead of two– repeated forever like a sine curve– because the first number is zero, and that makes things complicated.  So start all your counting with the first object as zero, proceed through one, two and three, then ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, followed by twenty, twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three… do you follow?  It’s a perfectly simple quadrinomial system.  Once you reach thirty-three, you move on to one hundred, one hundred one, one hundred two, and one hundred three.

A similar system applies to the dimensions of our universe.  Advanced applied mathematics supports a model for twenty-three dimensions– by which I mean eleven dimensions in not-crazyman math.  My point here is that counting begins with zero; there is a zeroeth dimension.  Time-space is the zero.  Think about it, the future certainly does not exist, the past only exists in memory– something else entirely.  The present exists for such a short period that it can barely be said to exist at all.  And yet it is always renewed, and always changing in value.  Time-space exists without existing, like the number zero.




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