Sorry, it can happen, I meant: e^(Pi*i/2). I confused the two i's in the sequential notation. It may happen in ... the best families.

Concerning your => (No, no, no.) remember that i = e^[(Pi/2)i] = [e^(Pi/2]^i, i. e.:

i = k ^ i = k ^ (k^i) = k ^ (k ^ (k^i)) = .... = k#oo, i.e. : k#oo = i.

Methaphysically speaking, we could say that an infinite tower (k#oo) with base

b = 4.810477381... can be equal to "i". Concerning the infinite limit values of the infinite towers (b#oo), for b > Eta, I think we are in agreement.

But I don't insist, just to avoid to say any other irrelevant nonsense. (; ->)

GFR

Concerning your => (No, no, no.) remember that i = e^[(Pi/2)i] = [e^(Pi/2]^i, i. e.:

i = k ^ i = k ^ (k^i) = k ^ (k ^ (k^i)) = .... = k#oo, i.e. : k#oo = i.

Methaphysically speaking, we could say that an infinite tower (k#oo) with base

b = 4.810477381... can be equal to "i". Concerning the infinite limit values of the infinite towers (b#oo), for b > Eta, I think we are in agreement.

But I don't insist, just to avoid to say any other irrelevant nonsense. (; ->)

GFR