Breaking the Dash/Cross Codes of the Rule-of-Signs

Date: 2012-02-04 Time: 07:00 - 09:00 US/Pacific (1 decade 2 years ago)

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Where: Online Video Conference

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Description

On January 7, 2005, Jack Kuykendall made a major math discovery. Jack broke the dash (-), cross (+) symbol codes which solved a major math mystery. The mystery was,"why no proof exists that a negative times a negative is equal to a positive?" The answer is simple. It is incorrect. The BK Bi-Lateral Broken Symmetry number line must be abandoned for the AK-Symmetry number line. The discovery is that the Rule-of-Signs IS INCORRECT. Specifically,

- A negative times a negative is
**not**equal to a positive. - A positive times a negative is
**not**equal to a negative.

Here are a few examples of physics subjects that must be rewritten using AK-Symmetry math. The discovery removes the following from math equations:

- Imaginary numbers
- Schrodinger's equation
- Many quantum mechanical equations
- Absolute values
- Negatives and positive numbers
- Einstein's special relativity equations