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Super numbers are beyond all regular numeric potential.

Regular numeric potential is the all finite and infinite set.

1 super number is 1 regular numeric potential, it is that which includes the more and more level of all infinite numbers.

Super numbers contain opposite potential, which can open up imaginary numbers like they are real, and close prime numbers like they are not.

At imaginary number linkages there is ultra super number definition of change.

At prime linkages there is there is ultimate super number definition of value.

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That is the regular number operational to super number operational relation. Similar to how at the end of the finite series where gamma interlacing represents the next higher order or the next infinite set, infinite becomes super number in relative operation in the link you just posted.

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On 9/6/2017 at 3:36 PM, kirving said:

That is the regular number operational to super number operational relation. Similar to how at the end of the finite series where gamma interlacing represents the next higher order or the next infinite set, infinite becomes super number in relative operation in the link you just posted.

Your talk reminds me of Deepak Chopra.

Chopra quote: "overthrowing the climactic overthrow of the superstition of materialism".

 

Advice: Try not to sound like Chopra.

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By the way, in terms of their properties and functionality, so-called "imaginary" numbers are every bit as real as "real" numbers.  They are indispensible in engineering, science, architecture, quantum mechanics, and indeed pure mathematics.  The only reason we call them Imaginary is because we don't know how to represent them in numerical form.  That's one of the philosophical defects in our mathematical discourse.

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