During the prehistoric times, people recorded numbers on pillars and stoneboards. As time passed, they used x,y,z to replace arabic numbers 1,2,3. This gave rise to a set of new system known as ancient methological system of caculas. This system had been used by scientists and mathologists until the 17th Century, Sir Joseph Macroch proposed the use of Greek Letters. Since there were a lot more Greek letters than simple English alphabets, this proposition was generally accepted. During the 1970s, Royal Society of mathological Research set up ( see below ). Systems had been standardized.
Development of MathologyEdit
Mathologists used x,y,z as the made-up units of a number system until Joseph Macroch introduced the concept of Greek-letter made-up units theory. This theory suggests everything is made up of numbers and can be represented by numbers. He proposed numbers have different properties like masses and density, except they have the same size.
The devout christians once critized this as an opposition to theory of creation of God, that is, everything on this planet is living and is created by God. The dispute soared until Joseph Macroch showed them evidence that numbers really exist by using his experimental set-up.
Joseph Macroch passed a beam of light though the mathoconvertor, an instrument that is used to convert matters into numberical representations. Since light is regarded as a matter, numberical structure of light was shown. Since then, the theory that matters are made up of numbers was generally accepted.
Structure of light:
Remarks: Do not remove this page, as this is the important cornerstone of mathological development
Organization of Modern MathologyEdit
Founded in 1975, The Royal Society of Mathological Research (RSMR) is responsible for standardization of all mathological rules, theories, properties, nomenclature and geometry and structure
Latest Publication from the RSMR:
The followings are items that have been eliminated from the field of mathology, these include:
- Hole and Non-Hole Mathology
- Trigonometric Mathology
- Visual Mathology
Highlights of Recent research include
- Complex Numbers' formation and their nomenclatures
- Biotic Factors of Mathology eg. (2tri)^120|2,5 ．cyclo
- Endomicrolionic Interactions
- macrosystem arises from multicomplex number
- interlocking theory (underway by Felix Ottoman)
- potential mathology (Jointly investigated by M.McCart and L.M.Rollen)
- Mathological Rotation of Systems
- Cicularize of a poly-cyclic and related calculations (By Swits Ganber)
List of Mathological StudiesEdit
The Royal Society of Mathological Development has certified Mathological fields for S and U level studies. From now on, S level will be divided into HS (Half-S) and FS (Full-S) Levels.
- Numerical Mathology
- Fundamental Mathology
Fundamentals of MathologyEdit
- Numbers are arranged in ascending order of their masses.
- ε < Σ < θ < φ < α < β < π < σ < η < δ < μ < ψ < λ < γ < Ω
- We take the mass of a "θ" as 0, then by proportionality rule, the followings are the masses of different numbers with respect to θ
- 0.0000000025 < 0.00000035 < 0 < 1.02 < 3 < 5.5 < 7.25 < 12.5 < 26.84 < 56.9 < 92.03 < 150.62 < 350.1
Mathological First Theory
- Number remains number; Ray remains Ray
Time-inductive mathology is the study of relationships between periodical decay and natures of numbers.
- Time inductive theory states that a number or any form of number will undergo a periodical alternation or disintegration of its own accord, without being affected by external energy or agents.
- Numbers will gradually be broken down and disintegrated into smaller pieces (similar to irreducible complexity). The scattered parts disappear and fall into the spatial zone through turbulence.
- It is a study of mathology regarding the properties and phenomena of a endomicrolion, which is the make-up component of a microlion.
Recent Study - Abstract Mathology
- It includes a series of studies of numerical properties including Indefinite, Definite, and Natural Mathology
- Indefinite Mathology - A study of Infinity (∞)
- Definite Mathology - A study of Natural Zero, which is different from common zero.
- Rational and Irrational Mathology - Studies of rationality of numbers.
- Natural Mathology - A study of properties of prime and compound numbers, and their factors. (Indefinite factors)
- Example 1: Evaluate the number of factors an infinity (∞) has
- Answer : ±∞
- Is a classification of Mathological studies, mainly dealing with practical therories.
Syllabus of Fundamental Mathology (50 items in total)
- Stability Theory
- Factors affecting stability include Symmetry (Axis, Rotational), Weight Components, Chains, Polar Charge, Cyclicity, Repulsion between groups, Presence of certain Agents, the Induced Transcofactorial Effect and balls
- Non-chained Interactions
- Structure and Geometry of number systems
- Inner Structures of a number
- Properties of Chain
- Reactions and Responses
- Agents (Functional Agents and Trigonometric Agents)
- Physical Properties of Numbers
- Polarization of numbers
- Other Species and their properties
- Nomenclature of systems
- Theory of Microtransmission, as examplified by Ψ-cycle
- Axomatic Equations and Response Mechanisms
- Transcofactorial Number (e.g. υ, ν), and related theory of unstablity and stablizing agent, including half-expulsion formulae
- Synthetic and Decomposing methods; Analytical techniques
- Properties of energy in relation to numbers
One of the branched studies of mathology. One of the most famous phenomenon is the Pund Phenomenonn, developed in the 1990s by Sir Crook Pund
Optimum Speed is the speed that owned by a single number, which travels in a non-polarized, normal condition. The number moves in a way such that it flows slowly in wave motion towards particular directions.
When the single number is accelerated by an accelerator, wave amplitude and wavelength gradually decrease to zero. The single number moves in limited speed then convergence speed, it is calculated by:
; where a is the acceleration
As time passes, the single number moves in convergence speed. It's then gradually disintegrated into smaller parts, known as "microlions". Energy is released in the process, it's calculated by:
Type of CyclicsEdit
Cyclical strucutures are one of the important types of systems. They can be in the form of a triangle, square, polygon or circle. They play vital role in biotic mathology and complex-number mathology. A cyclic with 6 sides can be classified into different groups.