A short advertisement for 3D complex numbers.

To the date exactly 22 months ago on 09 Feb 2014 I posted that picture of an impression of a large black hole swallowing in matter and recycling a large fraction of that matter into energy.

I did do that because the structure of that plane and the two beams shooting out has a strong resemblense of how the non-invertible 3D complex numbers look:
That is a plane with a line perpendicular through it going through the 0 (of course 0 is the most non-invertible number in the world because it destroys all eigenvalues and not just a handfull of them).

For myself speaking I was under the impression that if the largests structures in the world look very much like 3D complex or circular numbers when it comes to non-invertability, one way or the other institutions like universities or academia would show some form of rudimentary interest.

After all every day all these university people always say they are in favor of progress.
Just as easy as we see zero point zero progress from all universities, just as easy we are once more years further down the timeline, just as easy we can jump to the conclusion university people do not want progress. They want to stick to the old and ancient ways because that is the way they behave day in day out, year in year out…


Anyway, we have not talked on this website about how to figure out what numbers have an inverse and what numbers are invertable. So you have to believe on my word that in the next picture the given formulaes are just an approximation for those non-invertibles.
Do not worry about the 0.1 that is in there: It should be 0 but in that case the line perpendicular to the main plane would not be good visible.

After the bla bla, here is the short advertisement for 3D complex (and circular) numbers:


0003=09Dec2015=short-advertisement02So this is the conduct of the university people: If someone comes around with some good idea’s, why not stay silent year in year out decade in decade out?

But it has to be remarked that since the year 1990 the Dutch universities have been very good at burning tax payer money & that is the reason universities exist:
They are only there to burn tax payer money.

Till updates.

Leave a Reply