## Monday, 17 March 2014

### Euler's equation has an oneness and unity that is very beautiful. I believe this represent the unity of one universal process!

Euler's equation has an oneness and unity that is very beautiful. I believe this represent the unity of one universal process! It uses zero and 1 with arithmetic, calculus, trigonometry, complex analysis, the imaginary number i and pi! To use all this it must represent something fundamental!

This process can also be seen in Cantor’s Continuum hypothesis with an infinity of numbers between zero and 1. Cantor had found a structure to infinity the further you get from zero the further you get from infinity. Newton found the same infinity at the heart of calculus and then Feynman found it in QED and he had to renormalize it to make sense of the mathematics of quantum mechanics.

In this theory the infinity represents an infinity of possibilities and the process is the continuum of time. The 1 in Euler’s Identity represents one photon equals zero ‘the moment of now’ t = 0.  Time is an emergent property with the future continuously coming into existence light photon by light photon with each new photon electron coupling or dipole moment. This forms greater degree of freedom for statistical entropy and also an infinity of possibilities and opportunities for the diversity life!

This can be explained as an objective process and also mathematically. The only number you could add to 1 to get zero is -1 this represents the + positive and - negative electric charge. This is because the photon is the carrier of electric charge. Therefore we all ready have 0, 1, 1 the beginning of the infinite series of numbers as the Fibonacci numbers 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, ... that can be seen almost everywhere in nature as spiral symmetry! This does not represent economy of growth it represent the geometry of the dynamics interactive process that forms space and time!

#### 1 comment:

Jason Shaw said...

Cool article - I like the graphics. Its funny I stumbled upon this since I am writing a page on this exact topic. However I apply the concepts to higherdimensional structures called symbols. If you are curious, here's the page (its near the end of a chapter, so you'll be missing lots of context):