11/20/2015, 01:13 PM

I edited post 1 with a different exp and ln.

Im not sure if it is ok now.

The big questions seem to be

1) is there a -1 and An i ?

2) do we have the distributive property ?

It seems the only sqrt of 1 = 1.

( no solution x in x^2 = 1 apart 1 ).

However it seems we have An additive inverse of 1.

This suggests (-1)^2 =\= 1 !

So it Cannot be true that -1 exists * in the usual sense *.

Since -1 is *weird* this rises questions about i.

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It seems that by the above and the fact that spiral numbers are not iso to complex numbers and does not contain them,

The spiral numbers are closer to the reals then to the complex.

Regards

Tommy1729

Im not sure if it is ok now.

The big questions seem to be

1) is there a -1 and An i ?

2) do we have the distributive property ?

It seems the only sqrt of 1 = 1.

( no solution x in x^2 = 1 apart 1 ).

However it seems we have An additive inverse of 1.

This suggests (-1)^2 =\= 1 !

So it Cannot be true that -1 exists * in the usual sense *.

Since -1 is *weird* this rises questions about i.

--

It seems that by the above and the fact that spiral numbers are not iso to complex numbers and does not contain them,

The spiral numbers are closer to the reals then to the complex.

Regards

Tommy1729