In Infinite Subdivisions, the quest for truth continues. If you thought the “origin story” was inspired and inspiring, this sequel to A Biblical Perspective will not disappoint. Picking up right where A Biblical Perspective left off, we pursue an Information Based Theory of Existence modeled using Vortex Based Mathematics (VBM).
Taking nerdom to a whole new level, we see algebraic fractals abound as the super powers of VBM are pushed to the brink, destroying decimals while uniting forms with functions. Could this really be the beginning of the unification of mathematics? Tesseracts, the Hopf fibration, the supremacy of the number zero, quantum pathways as seen only in the invisible realm, and much more await you, revealing the name of the one who calls you by name. Will you answer the call?
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 – The Ultimate Hero
Chapter 3 – Old Friends
Chapter 4 – Halfway There
Chapter 5 – Drawn and Quartered
Chapter 6 – Gator’s Number Map
Chapter 7 – God’s Cube
Chapter 8 – Discrete Spheres
Chapter 9 – A New Model for Space-Time
Chapter 10 – Beautiful Complexity
Chapter 11 – Putting Things In Perspective
Chapter 12 – The Hopf Fibration
Chapter 13 – Twenty-Four Elders
Chapter 14 – Secrets of the Void
Chapter 15 – Higher Moduli
Chapter 16 – Whispers Of The Infinite
Chapter 17 – A Vision for AI
Chapter 18 – Quantum Computing
Chapter 19 – Light’s Labyrinth
Chapter 20 – Magnificent Obsession
Chapter 21 – Conclusion: He Who Shall Be Named
Appendix A — Toroidal Number Maps
Appendix B — Spiral Number Maps
Appendix C — Generalized Number Maps
Appendix D — Quantum Maps and Pathways
Foreword Written By Dave Blough
Mathematics searches for yet undiscovered patterns existing in our incredibly old universe. Each pattern found is new to us, but over 14 billion years old by the best estimates. Each pattern found amazes us, but is probably only a small, simple piece of an unimaginably larger and more complex pattern we fail to see. In the same way that counting towards infinity brings us no closer to infinity (as counterintuitive as that may seem); our mathematical advances most likely lead us no closer to a comprehensive mathematical understanding of the universe.
Therefore, it must be the journey that is of utmost importance to us, not the destination. I can think of no person better equipped to serve as our guide on this journey than Steven Bauer. As you read his book, keep an open mind as Steven leads you to some of the frontiers of math. Keep your hands in the vehicle but keep your eyes wide open - so you do not miss a thing.
When you turn the last page of the book, the journey need not end. You decide whether to return from where you came, remain where he has brought you – or push on and continue the journey to wherever it may lead next. I hope to see you there.
Success is a journey, not a destination.
The doing is often more important than the outcome.
~ Arthur Ashe
Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by,
and that has made all the difference
~ Robert Frost