## Monday, 2 December 2013

### The Great Matrix paradox of mathematics this video gives us an objective and logical explanation.

This video gives us a logical reason why the Matrix
mathematics of quantum mechanics does not obey the commutative law of
multiplication where x times y is always equal to y times x. First if we look at the mathematics of quantum
mechanics we see that just as light can be a wave or a particle the mathematics
is also divided into wave mechanics represented by Schrodinger's wave equation.
That represents the wave nature of light. We also have Heisenberg’s matrix
mathematics representing the particle nature of light. Both these mathematical
descriptions of quantum mechanics represent different aspects of the same
physical process. In this theory we see and feel this process of continuous
energy exchange as the continuum of ‘time’ with the future coming into
existence photon by photon.

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