I have a question:

Since we have h(e^(pi/2)) = h(i^(1/i)) = h( (1/i)^i) = -i ( or ,perhaps, also +i- but that is not so important at this stage), and we interpret it as Andrew did it:

if -i is a hypervolume of length e^(pi/2) being tetrated infinitely - kind of building up higher dimensions of immeasureable ( transcendental or not?) edge e^pi/2,

What would be the hypersurface (area) of that hypervolume -i ?

Since we have h(e^(pi/2)) = h(i^(1/i)) = h( (1/i)^i) = -i ( or ,perhaps, also +i- but that is not so important at this stage), and we interpret it as Andrew did it:

if -i is a hypervolume of length e^(pi/2) being tetrated infinitely - kind of building up higher dimensions of immeasureable ( transcendental or not?) edge e^pi/2,

What would be the hypersurface (area) of that hypervolume -i ?