_{e}(i) =(pi*i)*(N+1/2)

log

_{i}(e) = 1/[(pi*i)*(N+1/2)]

log

_{a}(b)=c s same as log

_{b}(a)=1/c

i^i = e^(-pi*(N+1/2))

1 = i^i*e^(pi*(N+1/2))

pi/4 = 1-1/3+1/5-1/7... = (-1)^n / (1-2n)

pi/4 recursive form: a

_{n+1}= a

_{n}+ (-1)^n / (1-2n)

-i=1/i

z=a+b*i

1/z = z

^{*}/|z|

^{2}

S+A/4*(mass+energy) = 0? (entropy, mass, and energy per comoving volume are all constant per volume and sum to nothing)

F+ma=0

E+mc^2=0

S=dH/dt*t/h? (unitless) for comoving volumes? (acceleration of Hubble due to age universe divided by planck

1/h is variance of quantum randon distribution, the number of many worlds created.

S emitted due to 1/h from galaxies, planets, and black holes is to make up for trying to keep S per comoving volume constant

Black hole and empty space comoving volume should be relatable.

Black hole:

S=A/4~ to mass enclosed in planck units. Negative with i included

S=Area*k*c^3/(G*h)

Charge is negative of meters? Meters plugged into Maxwell equations instead of charge the "cause" of the same equations seen in mechanics and electromagnetism.

Momentum with it's i is the result of charges acting like meters that give energy and mass? What is 1/q^2 = 1/(-meters)^2 instead of mass's 1/meters^2. What is 1/(-meters/i)^2 instead of energy's 1/(meters/i)^2 ?

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