Okay, a little I said wasn’t gonna do anything on quantum computing. But we did have a little good question come through, which was going back to the hexagonal chips and square chips. And remember, I was talking about 120 pies. So in this broadcast, what we’re going to be looking at is, yeah, how we broadcast the signals and built a broadcasting function, actually into the structure of our CPUs yet, just so you can be clear about how that happens. So, you know, like I said, normally, when you look at a CPU, it’s normally constructed on a square grid. And so let’s let’s just think about that right? Yeah. If you draw a dot, and let’s say we have plus one minus one in the vertical plus one minus one in the in the horizontal, and what you can see is it adds up. So you see, look plus one minus one, so that’s zero, plus one minus one always equals zero. Yeah. And so what you get out of that is, you know, really is that going to be zero? Or if I change the one on one of those things, then it comes out of balance and suddenly becomes a one. Yeah, so actually, even in computer code, there are different ways that I can take that zero if you think about it, and make it a one. I could change any one of those two positives to a negative, and that would change the zero to a one if I just change any one of those four. So there’s four ways there isn’t no can change one just by changing one of the four. And if I change two out of the four, what’s going to happen is it’s going to look like hasn’t changed. Yeah, that’s right. That won’t look like it’s changed at all because it’ll just be negative. We could be negative negative couldn’t Yeah. Yeah, it could be positive and positive, positive on the other side, and that would like equal to Yeah, positive plus positive, negative plus negative, but overall, because two plus two, and the other one will be minus two. It still be zero. So into conventional mathematics produces zero here, but in full dimensional mathematics, we don’t we see it as something else. And so that’s how we actually reinterpret the structure of the CPU itself. So now now we’ve got that idea of zero squared CPU. Let’s go to a 03 up CPU and what we find is the complexity of three, three intersecting ones if you like, onto zero point makes a slight difference to the equation. And so what you find here is that actually, you know, when you change one, you’re just changing 1/5 And so obviously, everything for our balance and you know, you can understand there are more options on there. I’m not gonna go through the details of that too much. But one thing you could say is that what you get is like a plus three and a minus three, let’s draw it like this. Let’s put a zero at the centre, and we get six triangular spaces. And so what we do is we’re going to make a plus 123 equally spaced. With the minus 123. We can do the same to the square plain. And now that gives you an idea about how the the hexagonal structure of a CPU versus the square structure of a CPU and its potential power differentiation. So at the centre point, everything equals zero still didn’t it because the opposites are the opposites the opposite so we say that the zero squared function is triangle a function of number. And, sorry, the zero squared function is a square function of number where infinity stays the same in a square. If you think about it, you’ve got infinity going across, and then you’ve got infinity going up yet, and it’s all the same line length is parallel lines, wherever you go, but when we move into the infinity of a triangle is slightly different. Because the actual distance of that triangle if you like, is converging towards a point. So if you think about the outer edge of the hexagon as being a distance between zero and one, as it converges towards zero, the other zero, so we’re dividing that space, that reciprocal space into infinitely small parts. And that’s the that’s the view of the hexagonal 0303 hexagonal chips. So, what happens is we have like a more like a divisor of things going on in that space. Whereas in the in the square we have more like a multiplier. function, where we’re squaring infinity. So that gives you sort of differentiation between the mathematics between the two. And you can find out more about four dimensional mathematics on into infinity.com Obviously. So I hope that’s cleared up a few points that now Oh, yeah. last little thing was how does that work with the PI function? So you know, when we’re talking about ohms, and we’re talking about pie, because we have decoded the pie into a corporate hazard. I think we’ve just come to the solution of me, and that there’s an e function, and the function is actually the rotation of something through infinity. Yeah, if you think about E is like the composition of all the triangle numbers, it squeezed into a tiny dot, and then you’re just going to rotate that don’t. Yep. And so as you rotate that he that that compressed triangle, yeah. So you can see like, we get two triangles on the hexagonal chip. Yes, we do that rotation compared to the 112 quarter was 125, isn’t it? Yeah. Which we can compare to one rotation on the on the, so you’ve gone through two lines, if you think one line cross one, two lines, yeah. So that would be a half rotation on the on the square plane. And so, so two to a third to a half and all of that business, that you know, we’ve we’ve done the mathematics every year, the concrete that are 120 pi, basically, because it’s all on PI anyway. Yep. So that’s we’ve already done pi because we’ve rotated is the Skooled rotational squaring, you can take out some of that concept. We get into fourth dimensional rotating rotational squaring then you can begin to understand you know that one rotational squaring function is actually one time space, and we’re trying to transmit a signal to another one and that’s our quantum function of communication, the amso there is a kind of logic from the mathematic when it comes to broadcasting signals. And so what we’ve got there is something we call broadcasting zero comes out of that which is an uncrackable code doesn’t use RSA. So anyway, all of that is very exciting stuff. You know, because RSA, in a sense, is not an uncrackable thing. Could you crack it for blockchain technology? But quantum code is actually uncrackable. You can’t crack it. That’s the way it goes. You can’t crack zero. Anyway, if anyone’s interested in more of that stuff, we can talk more about quantum code. We do have a project called the music verse to explore this exciting new concept through the power of music Believe it or not, so anyway, that’s all exciting stuff is called the Muse reverse.io You can go and check that one out. And if you Yeah, and if you want to know more about four dimensional mathematics, pop you head over to into infinity.com Verse number two in not a not a into it’s number two, hopefully we’re mathematicians and that’s the way it goes. We can’t say the number into we have to say two, the number two. Anyway, and then we are and we’ll be there with lots of updates on fourth dimensional mathematics. Everyone that sign up for the mailing list and get involved. Thank you very much for listening money has been calling power from into infinity and you guys have been awesome and we’ll see you next time.

### 4D maths and 4D space

Hi, welcome is Colin Power again with another broadcast from into infinity. We’re going to be continuing our topic on