As clear and quick as possible.

Currently, I use 5 types of math, that mean something to me:

  1. Eternal Math (disclosed, but not to be explained here)
  2. Universal Math (disclosed, but not to be explained here)
  3. Digital Math (using ACTUAL bits on media)
  4. Analog Math (like Traditional, more like Digital, but is spoken/written)
  5. Traditional Math (currently used in most sciences and academia)

Let’s start with (5) Traditional Math. If you are reading this you probably understand some of this type of math. I am not talking about the branches of this type of math, such as Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, etc. Just the archaic use of Infinity. Somewhere along “[the line]” after (∞) came about, mathematicians seemed to go astray, wandering “the hills of the mind,” etc.

To understand this above, I will briefly explain (3) Digital Math:

Digital Math, Quorum #1:

A number does not exist in the mind, a number only exist if such a number is [in] or [on] a piece of digital media (magnetic, etc sure, but bits).

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Why is this important? Because as far as Digital Math is concerned there is a Semi-Pseudo-Metadata for every digital number. For instance take (π), to say a million digits. This could be contained in a file. The file is located on a drive (can be in RAM too, I know :P) but come on, let me explain! The file is located in a directory on a drive, the drive is either internally in a computer or can be externally connected, then this Semi-Pseudo-Metadata continues, with the room in your house, approximations of: the house’s GPS, the Earth, the Solar System, etc, etc. But the digital information for the number is on the digital media.

At this point with Quorum #1, Infinity (∞) is nothing more than a limit, which can be calculated by a few complicated procedures. Currently, a compression algorithm, for the “bits” of a truly infinite number on a medium does not exist, except for two (“etc”) cases, and that is the use of the ascii/unicode symbol (∞), or simply typing “Infinity,” “inf,” “INF” (i.e. the “etc”). For sake of argument, we will discuss non-compressed Digital Math. This will give us the the fact that the size of that device’s (∞) is equal 2^(to the number of bits the device can hold), that is in the file on that disk, subtracting, the firmware, driver(s), directory structure, etc (OS limitation may also take effect).

Just a limit, a simple limit. Sorry, you don’t get to just (…) a number and walk away, dropping the mic (i.e. chalk/marker). The madness of this in Traditional Math, with no existential meaning, other than for thinking and thought experiments, not to mention the bevy of endless paradoxes, UGH. Has almost driven me mad, that this, is so widely accepted and practically never disputed fully, that and the use of irrational numbers, nonetheless.

This should be enough as a starter, for a Digital Math intro, if you have imagination…

Analog Math is the construct of Digital Math and Traditional Math. One concept to understand is that a distinct difference of Analog and Traditional Math is when a being (bTom) decides to write a number such as 3.14 that 3.14 is “Tom’s” 3.14, or that Tom’s (π) or even Tom’s (∞), in digits, would be the “limit” that Tom would be able to say or write, not THINK the digits! You may ask “Why not think?” Because the brain might be an “Infinite Instrument” with unknown connections! (anyway) As Tom is laying on his death bed he decides to say 999999, takes a drink, 999999, ad nauseam, literally till he dies and that last breath, that last 9, was the limit of Tom’s (∞)…

Analog Math Quorum #1:

Every being’s number(s) that they write, speak, or use (otherwise) is THAT being’s “number” SET, for their use in life or otherwise, that is a SET of Numbers, a SET got that?!

For GOD’S sake why isn’t this obvious!!!

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ENOUGH, really, more to come…