# Qualimath: The Math for Superphysics

December 27, 2020 by JuanReality is made up of long perception-chains of cause and effects, called by the Hindus as ‘‘karma-samskara-karma’. A long series of chains gains the dynamics of a wave. This wave we can split into 3 states:

- Karma-Action State 1
- Samskara-Pending State 2
- Karma-Reaction State 3

We can extend this wave to have more states.

We can know why State 7 is the way it is if we look at all its states from 1 to 6. We can then use this knowledge to predict its future states. We can write this as:

```
State 1 : State 3 : State 5 :: State 7
```

We do not notate States `2`

, `4`

, and `6`

since they are pending reactions to States `1`

, `3`

, and `5`

, respectively and have no objective manifestation in reality.

The colon means ‘relative to’ or ‘compared to’, and is a fundamental part of our proposed ‘Qualimath’.

This is different from normal math which uses ‘deltas’ which compares the object with itself at different states. This is because math focuses on the object itself and not on the totality of the reality where that object is in.

For example, a basic math equation is `1 + 1 = 2`

. This can be visualized by:

Notice how this is overly simplistic and does not expand on cause and effect. We turn this into qualimath by adding the necessary parts:

Here, we expose that the focus of the equation or line is itself. The qualimath equation is `State 1 :: State 2`

which we deconstruct as:

```
(1 + 1) :: 2
```

This leads to the same output as the `1 + 1 = 2`

of normal math, while imposing the following mental changes:

`1 + 1`

is a rigid ratio of`2`

, not an equality. This makes it flexible and anti-dogma. This is useful when it comes to constants- Both sides have the same importance
- A straight-line equation would imly that the focus is on the line itself. The concept of a
*focus*is super important as it is the basis of gravitational signatures, the hierarchy of the universe, and Descartes’ First and Third Rules of Movement

## A More Complex Example

Let’s say we want to convert `17 * 19 = 323`

to Qualimath. This will create 3 states in our sandbox:

- State 1 for
`17`

- State 2 for
`19`

- State 3 for the
`answer`

We notate this as `State 1 :: State 3`

, deconstructed as `(17 * 19) :: answer`

We use Egyptian Math, as Al-Khwarizmis algorithms, to deconstruct `17`

(State 1) into its doubles as a ratio of the doubles of `19`

(State 2).

State 1: 17 | State 2: 19 |
---|---|

1 |
19 |

2 | 38 |

4 | 76 |

8 | 152 |

16 |
304 |

We use State 1 as the focus and add the corresponding values in State 2 to get State 3 as `323`

.

This use of states and foci greatly simplifies math instead of making it boring and burdensome.

### Decon Notation: Solving the Measurement Problem

We can further simplify math by assigning qualities to our deconstructed equations since waves are more qualitative than quantitative in nature.

For example, in `Wave 1 + Wave 2 = Wave 3`

, we assign qualities instead of numbers and processes so we can arrive at the general outcome faster.

The `+`

and `=`

represent the natural operations of the human mind. The minds of less advanced species, such as penguins, might be capable of `+`

and `-`

, but are not capable of `*`

or `/`

. Likewise, human minds are limited to `=`

and do not dwell so much on `:`

which reqresents the hidden connection between things.

This solves measurement problems by allowing anyone to create a *subjective* measure. For example, assuming a predefined intuitive range of qualitative* values which *focus* on looks:

```
abominable, hideous, very ugly, ugly, unattractive, soso, pretty, beautiful, very beautiful, gorgeous, drop-dead gorgeous
```

*Qualities are subjective

Then we can create equations:

```
pretty + pretty = beautiful
beautiful + 2(ugly) = ugly
hideous + beautiful = ugly
```

This can then be “translated” into any language*:

```
maganda + maganda = sobrang ganda
kaakit-akit + kadiri = napaka-pangit
dep + dep = rat dep
```

*This is important because Superphysics uses many non-English words like aether, monad, jiva, atman, bhuta, guna, chi, wu-xing, etc. In fact, we propose an overhaul of English, as Lish, to make it more intuitive. For example, add ’s’ to pluralize nouns so that oxs, datas, childs would be correct. But that is a totally different topic.

A sample implementation is our use of “male and female” charges for particles instead of the “positive and negative” used by Benjamin Franklin. In theory, this would lead to new chemical compounds that are unthinkable in Physics, since it is more intuitive to combine different kinds of males with different kinds of females.

This quali-math will make the most sense when you think of a spaceship using quantum teleportation that not only will use 2D space as in a car on Earth or a 3D space like an aircraft, but a space with four or five dimensions as time-multiverses and alternative universes, where normal math breaks down.

For example, `1 + 1 = 2`

might be true for this universe, but it might not be true for a different universe where `1 + 1 = 1`

or where the conception of two ideas automatically merges them into one idea. In such a universe, it is the mind that splits itself into different perception-units in order to create the idea of numbers. This is the opposite in our universe, where the perceiving entity is one, and the it is the observed entities that are multiples and discrete.

## The Double Colon

To account for this mind-splitting behavior, we propose a new notation using flexible colons instead of the rigid equals sign. The former represents the flexible nature of the universe as opposed to its strict rigidity as the latter.

We can think of the double colon as a rigid equals sign, while the single colon as a flexible ratio. This ratio represents our theory of “universal relativity*” which is represented in reality by gravitational relativity , among others.

*All philosophers say that everything is connected, even the sophistical pseudo-philosopher John Stuart Mill. The ratio sign signifies this connection. In this way, we can say that the universe is an unending chain of multiple layered ratios, as a matrix, where a change in one part causes a change in the whole universe as a chain-effect. The lower dimensions like ours has more rigid ratios that lead to discrete and ‘hardened’ identities, while higher dimensions have more flexible ratios that lead to more malleable ones.

## The State Limiter

In `1 + 1 = 2`

, the mind sweeps from the left to the right. But in `(1 + 1) :: 2`

, the mind splits itself into the left and the right. It becomes an impartial spectator* of both sides or states.

*This idea was developed by Adam Smith who criticized the sophistical math of the mercantile system. Such sophistry now manifests as the strict demand for GDP growth by Economics which is currently causing mass exctinction and conflicts.

In this way, the formula of economist John Maynard Keynes for money supply `M`

as being affected by liquidity preference `L`

and interest rate `r`

```
M = Lr
```

becomes:

```
M :: (L : r)
```

when deconstructed:

```
money_supply :: (liquidity_preference : interest-rate)
```

Likewise, Newton’s gravity changes from

```
F = (Gm1m2)/r^2
```

into

```
`F :: (G (m1/r^2 : m2/r^2))`
```

Notice how this isolates Newton’s `G`

away from the two masses being compared. In price equations, this will allow us to more easily remove the influence of interest rates (of the financial system) and taxes (of the government) in order to reveal the natural price ratios from their own perspective. The gravity, interest rates, and taxes enter their own abstraction called a *limiter*. Moreover, this system does not require PEMDAS.

We then deconstruct it further:

```
gravity_between :: (material_layer_limiter (matter_amount_in_identity1 / distance_between^2 : matter_amount_in_identity2 / distance_between^2)
```

## Math with a Practical and Moral Purpose Inspired by Al-Khwarizmi and Descartes

The above decontstructed equation gives us two benefits:

- Practical: It helps us
*code*the equation more easily into procedures and algorithms - Moral: It makes us think of
`Mass1`

and`Mass2`

independently, and separate from its limiter

Quali-math is inspired by **Al-Khwarizmi** who invented algebra from his work on “Calculation by Completion and Balancing”.

The practical purpose leads to algorithms, the invention of which has likewise been attributed to Al-Khwarizmi*. This is important because automated intelligence is one of the goals of Superphysics.

*The original purpose of Algebra (Al-Jebra or ’the repair or healing’) was to divide an estate and compute the inheritance due to each heir. This matches the problem-solving nature of Superphysics. This is opposite of Einstein’s math as sophistical tensors coming from his wild imagination which creates more problems. It is also different from Newton’s Calculus which originated from plotting curvilinear motion. Superphysics allows teleportation which totally negates curvilinear motion.

An AI-driven* ship in our universe that teleports into another universe with different physics rules can transpose its logic and definitions more easily to match that universe. This is because it uses quality instead of quantity.

*The mind-splitting behavior in quali-math can be implemented with computers with multiple independent cores. In humans, this is naturally done in families and societies. The family mind is split between the father, mother and children. The society’s mind is split between the different classes represented by political parties and special-interest groups.

A qualitative definition in one’s mind retains itself even if its mind moves into another universe. *This is because that defintion is always anchored in the ego (feeling of the self) of that mind.* This was implied by Adam Smith:

Because of this, quali-math also creates moral effects. It conditions minds to respect the identity and natures of all sides (other egos), instead of bulldozing over them with arbitrary notations and movement towards one side or result as what Westerners tend to do.

While the practical aspect is based on Al-Khwarizmi , this moral aspect is based on Rene Descartes who invented exponents and the Cartesian plane, among others, from his realizations on how the mind works*, as well as David Hume from whom Adam Smith got his ideas.

*We extend the Cartesian plane into two: a physical one and a metaphysical one