In multiplication, a single object is copied a number of times, however during addition, two different objects are combined together. Regarding 2×2 vs. 2+2, both operations result in the same numerical result, yet the operations yield very different underlying shapes and meanings.
In this article I will introduce a series of approximations that are very real, but are only true within a truncated region of space.
Since the beginning of my adventure with Theory of Thought, I’ve always held that Pi, Phi, and e were fundamental concepts in my theory – particularly in a philosophical sense. But until I discovered this geometry I had had no idea how deeply interwoven these constants truly were.