Hi, this is Colin Powell broadcasting these solutions to pi infinity and the Riemann hypothesis. Okay, a few questions have come back, obviously, about the number I and various things like that. Yes, yeah, that’s right. In fourth dimensional mathematics, things change quite a bit. And we’re going to show you how that works. And and if you didn’t like the fact that I’ve just destroyed the number I in my last broadcast, you’re probably not going to like the fact that I’m just about to destroy something we call algebra. In this broadcast. So yeah, so if you thought destroying number II was quite a dramatic shift for mathematics, destroying algebra in the fourth dimension. It’s probably akin to destroying Newtonian mathematics in quantum physics. What it shows is that actually fourth dimensional mathematics what I’m going to show can actually X in in algebraic terms can actually equal infinity in all cases, and that’s quite disturbing. And I’m going to show you exactly how that works. So from that, remember everything from the fourth dimensional mathematic comes from a logic of the division of infinity, which in turn, leads to the squaring of zero. The squaring of zero in turn, creates the cross and all that business. We’ve been talking quite a lot about some of that. So what we need then is we needed instead of if we’re going to move in fourth dimension, we start to think in terms of ordinal numbers. And so when we start to think of that, we start to form concepts of what is the smallest algorithm algorithms are what infinity is based on, if you think about Yeah, you know, we have the Infinity equation, which is zero plus or minus one. equals infinity. And really what that saying is, you can carry on into infinity, and the further you move away from zero, the larger the space between you and infinity gets, and that’s a pretty difficult concept. It’s like having this kind of mirror in front of you, that as you walk away as you walk towards the space, you take a step in one direction, and suddenly the space doubles, and you take another step and it doubles again. And every time you’re moving, you’re always at the half point of infinity, you see, and so this is something we will do relativistic theory, which says that, you know, there’s always a double beyond you and there’s always a double between you each observer then can be orientated within fourth dimensional space on that basis. That brings in the concept of two and four and all of that stuff as unit measures within a geo quantum relativistic theory. Anyway, we can do more on Geo quantum theory at some point, but what I want to now discuss is the how is how is why basically algebra doesn’t work in the fourth dimension. So basically, if we take the number zero, and we can take the number zero in fourth dimension, and we can divide zero in the fourth dimension as well, so we can divide by the number one for example. Yeah, if we’ve got the number one, the other thing we can do then is plus one, and when we look at the note of the square root of two, what we find is that the square root of two plus one and the square root might two minus one becomes what we call the silver mean. And so that plus one isn’t just anything, it’s an important function within the number two, and the square root of two and all that business, but we’re gonna look at it from the perspective of zero and the moment. So zero divided by one plus one, and what that equals it gives us the number one, so that’s all good. So we can put the number one into the next step, step number two, and what we find is we get the number one divided by one equals one plus one equals two. And what we find as we progress through the infinite series, is that we are able to create two sets of numbers from one from the first equation, which starts at 00 divided by one and carries on to infinity, and one which counts the equation Oh, we’ve done one equation if you like this add one to the to the number, that’s our first step, and that becomes an ordinal number. And so we’ve got a we’ve got two sets of infinite numbers. We’ve got one set, which is our cardinal numbers, one set which are ordinal numbers in series and that’s all through just the numbers one and zero divided by plus one. Okay, everything Jolly good. So now that we’ve made all of the infinite set of whole numbers, we don’t need anything more to make the infinite whole set of numbers. That’s how we’ve made them. We’ve made them just by that simple algorithm. And we can use those numbers for Newtonian mathematics. Okay, if you like get all if we say the algebraic math, but however, what we can also do is we can say, okay, well what happens if we change the algorithm? So what we do is now, we instead of the number one, we use number minus one, so zero divided by minus one plus minus one will be the equation that start off that and when we roll into that equation, what we find is we find that the one actually flips into a negative. And instead of actually progressing through a number series, we find that we’re actually progressing through an on off switching of binary code from plus one to minus one minus one zero minus one zero minus zero. And what happens is, is that when we stopped the calculation, so we stopped the calculation any point that negative will suddenly flip into a positive. And so what we’re talking about here is these are we called the ticking of time numbers, if you like, they tick left and right, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick. And when we stopped counting, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, we’ve stopped counting. What happens is they’ll flip over, and they’ll give us that point in infinity where we’ve stopped counting and that’s the fourth dimensional concept of numbers. And so how do I know that’s true? Okay, so let’s just take a take a time to reflect on what I’m actually saying here. What I’m actually saying is that we can count numbers 1-234-567-8910. And when we get to number 10, we say hey, look, here’s 10 And we know that because we’ve made 10 steps. So is the fact that we’ve made actually we haven’t we would one step was one Yeah, but we start at zero point. Yeah. So we’ve gone from zero to 10. But we’ve taken 10 steps. Yeah. So in other words, that equals 11. So, what will happen happens there is that we have to minus one of the ordinal of the spatial number from the ordinal in order to get the actual spatial ordinance, if you think yeah, that’s the actual time. Right now we’ve zero time bang, this is the number of selected and you can do that up until infinity and and they’ll always be a plus one. Plus one will always exist in front of any number and that’s what we say, as you walk towards a number. But solely squaring function. squaring function will be like the double of it. Yeah, because it will exist as a potential in the second number line once we do actually hit zero squared, but you don’t see it in the one dimension. Because the squares like if you imagine, like taking a square and seeing on its side, you don’t see the potential because it’s actually going downwards through the number line if you like, you know, you’re looking just one dimensional number line, and you’re looking at Square and aside, but when you square something, the square pops up and you say, oh, there it is, and actually turns out to be a quarter pi once that we maintain infinity addicts at equidistance. You can’t change the density so that’s how that kind of works, right? So now we’ve got that, that kind of all mathematically in place, because the numbers work and all of that stuff. Now let’s see what happens if we try and move the number. So we’re going to try now move it to the next whole number. I’m gonna take the number two. Yeah. And what we find is is that when we do take zero divided by two plus two, is that the number doesn’t just doesn’t actually go up. It doesn’t actually go up through infinite number series. I know what it does it congeals it congeals towards the number. Well, we call it 3.9999999. In mathematics, you call it four, but in fourth dimensional mathematics, as we call it, yeah. Because we is it different for you four and three, no, no, no, no. But still I’ve devolved the number you see. And and so actually, I’ll move that I moved the equation to the infinite and have devolved the number. Right so i Okay, so number two now, when I devolve it three infinity, becomes number four, close enough. Three point No, no, no, no, no. Yeah. And so I can say the same actually, for number two, we can get to that in a bit. But we can do the same sort of thing. And so actually, what we see is actually the infinite in the infinite mathematics. The number two is the number four. So what happens then if I change, let’s say we were here, we’re not going to start at zero. We’re going to start another number. We’re going to change the number to the number two and see what happens. And we’re going to see what happens. And what we find is as we change the number two is the result is still equals four. Right? Now think about that. The results still equals four. Okay, well, let me change change to another number. I’ll try and try a fraction to put in a fraction there. I got the still no joy. In actually all whole numbers above one. There’s no, there’s no actual number that will work. So you see what the problem is here, right? Is that we’ve got no number that will work. X equals infinity. So if x equals infinity, that means all x is equal. Infinity. And at that point, you might say well, before Lex is equal infinity was without his algebra work. And that’s what we mean. Algebra just does not work at the fourth dimension. When you walk into the fourth dimension when we devolve a number, that number is a real number will be called a real number. You can put any XP actually anything but you will not change the result. Because the algorithm of time has set it in place. We’ve used the algorithm of time now the ordered ordinals and ordinal numbers, and we create a solid number at the base. And you might think that that’s pretty bad, because obviously, you know, that means that all of the x squared in fourth dimensional mathematics that deals with infinite algorithms, none of it works anymore. And you’ll be absolutely right. And the problem with that is, is that when we think about it, the mathematics of infinity is something that deals with how the universe works. And the current scientific model is using, you’ve guessed it, it’s using algebra. So it’s like using Newtonian mathematics to try and uncover the fourth dimension of space. It doesn’t work. And we know that’s true, because when we made an attempt to elevate mathematics into another dimension through the number AI, and the Schrodinger equations, we were able to collapse them uses the number eight, you can look into some of that stuff, but the equations are so complicated, no one can do it. And the reason is, is because we’re missing the extra numbers of the fourth dimension. But once we realise those numbers are there, actually we can collapse the Schrodinger equations quite easily, just by zero squared zero to the power of three, it just actually just collapses them. And it does that because actually, if you look at the orbitals, you will find that they form a circle near the p orbitals, a line if you like, which will be the zero divided, then you’ve got the d orbitals which form a square, that will be zero squared, and then we’ll get the last step the ordinals which will be in a hexagonal format, which will be 03. And that’s what we need. For the atom. So you can see how very simple fourth dimensional mathematics just rips through Schrodinger equations like child’s play. Anyway, you can get more into that math onto the mathematics of fourth dimensional mathematic of the atom, in our atomic geometry lessons, in even just going back now to the concept, we don’t have any algebra in 4d. So what we do have is a set of numbers that are real numbers. And we can do that for any any whole number or any number. Any number will lead to an infinite, which will be a real number, and it doesn’t matter you can use a fraction to divide something except, of course, when you go into a negative space now in reciprocal space. In other words, if I let’s say I take the number seven, and we’re doing all that work with the number seven, I mean, it devolves into a number and there’s nothing we can do to change it. Yep. But when I go into one over seven, something quite bizarre. Suddenly, what happens is we get a massive array of new numbers just emerging in a random sequence that just explodes into infinity. And within that array, we see Prime’s mixed in we see all sorts of crazy stuff going on. And so actually God what we’ve done is we’ve just put the one over the seven, and we’ve just seen a load of crazy numbers popping out in the fourth dimension. And so what it says is that although we see something that is just quite an unmovable calculation, when we move into the reciprocal space, we realise actually, each one of those numbers means something. It’s just we can’t interpret it with our, with our consciousness, because it looks like the same number. And that’s where we get into our new technology of fourth dimensional, which are called dissolution waves. And that’s because each one of these waves will dissolve in a certain way. And we can map the way that it dissolves through the number curvature and when we can compare those curvatures. We find, for example, if we take the number pi dissolving into the square root of two, there will be a unique signature that defines pi. And that’s how we come to our fourth dimensional solution for PI through through finding out what we call the bounce point of a number and then finding from that bounce point, the the dissolution wave into one one thing to another. And so that’s how fourth dimensional mathematics works. It doesn’t work in the same way. It can’t, you can’t use algebra, but it does work quite well because obviously, we can form calculations from these real numbers. And what happens is is that we find that we can actually create prime numbers without the need for any kind of multiplication, just through division and plus one. And that’s it. So if we can make all of the prime numbers just from division and plus one, we’ve got a problem because actually the definition of primes in three dimensional normal mathematics is that a number that you can only divide by one in itself. But if you’re going to put a division into that a very equation and a number one into that very equation, then you can see that we can run with a concept called me Yeah, cuz one plus one has to be there, doesn’t it? Yeah. And also, basically we have to have the concept of a division by one okay. So, those two concepts are there. So we got plus one, we got division by by one yet that creates what we said when we put into the zero line it creates the infinity of whole numbers. And when we transpose that same set of mathematical cluster of algorithm if you like, and we put it into a higher number in the infinite plane, which is the same number two, for example, that doubles down to four. When we find the reciprocals. We find all other primes and all other things on that start to pop out. Furthermore, because when we well as we dissolve into the number four, we get a remainder number which will be also you can use those combinations of two numbers. As we split the number four through infinity, we call it’s like cracking the cracking the four, cracking the two, and then making a four. Yep. And that’s how it works. So we crack it over the number one and we divide it and that’s how the number form divides up. And as it does, it goes through a certain digital ocean wave, and we track that wave. That’s the basis of fourth dimensional mathematics. And just to sort of clarify, Algebra does not work and neither does the number. You got it. Neither does the number. The number it doesn’t work. And neither does algebra in fourth dimensional mathematics. And if none of those things work at the conclusion of will, I’ll let you come to your own conclusion. Okay, so this has been Colin power talking about the fourth dimension of mathematics, with our 4d mass, explaining why algebra doesn’t work. And when we go to fourth dimension but when we go into fourth dimensional mathematics, everything works absolutely perfectly. And on top of that, we can also collapse incredibly complicated equations such as Schrodinger equations. We did a very, very flew flicks of a mathematical calculation. So there we are. So all that that’s us for this this broadcast. Any other questions? Feel free to ask my name is Ian Colin Powell, broadcasting on behalf of into infinity taking you through the pie, Raymond hypothesis solution.