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Originally posted by kwakakev
Instead of some liner relationship defining both side of the square as either both positive or both negative. We have a situation where one side of the square is negative and the other positive for some reason.
If the inputs have a half charge it could also account for √-1 and its subsequent stepping through imaginary and real values as the power rises.
Originally posted by EA006
reply to post by ChaoticOrder
Just looks like a more complicated math to me (multilayered). They can't be imaginary numbers if they have real world uses.
Maths therefore is incomplete.