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Singularity Mathematics
Moment Theory and the Consciousness of Gravity
Aaron Irvin Hobba
March 2015 A.D.
Chapter 1: The Relativity of Multiplication and Division
Chapter 2: Gravity is Experiential Time: Moment Theory
Chapter 3: Beyond the Event Horizon
Chapter 4: The Universal Rosetta Stone
The conquer of the genius must also be a master of lies. Every great leap in knowledge that humans have
transcended through out their very short course of written history has rested upon the back of a single liars tongue, bold
enough to stand against the truth and make it his own. Like any good magician, who creates a puzzle of smoke and mirrors
for the next generation of minds to sift through, mathematicians are no different.
The passage of time has shown that knowledge is just as evolutionary as our bodies, the more written history we
accumulate, the more survival skills we attain. What if I could show you that the very foundation of mathematics has been
waiting to evolve to help us understand the singularity of the universe, would you call me a magician or a looney? I'm only
going to tell you what I can observe and what I've experienced, ultimately you will decide for yourself what to absorb as
fact or to refute as rubbish.
I'm not going to waste your time with what Feynman calls a "physicist's history of physics", I'll just cut right to the chase.
The implications that arise from the conclusions in this paper will show that gravity is not only related to time but is literally
the experiential time of photon interaction at the heart of an alpha/omega singularity. The force of gravity functions in a
hierarchy of polar dimensions that are ultimately responsible for maintaining the functions of relative motion and the
multitude of energy systems in the universe.
This paper also attempts to address the issue of human involvement in the selection of relative operator function and the
assignment of universal constants, such as the propagation of light and time. I will entertain the idea that the core
mathematical operators have been programmed by the human consciousness, persuaded by survival of the fittest, in favor of
equality for the purpose of obtaining an estimation of relative values in regards to space-time, by its very nature it can never
yield a single absolute value. As Einstein spoke of his own theory of relativity, "A joke should not be repeated too often",
this paper intends to upset math at what ever grade level kids are learning operator functions these days. You'll come to
question the very roots of what you have memorized as children as we examine the relativity of operator function and the
observable difference between the way "humans count" and the way the "natural universe counts".
In other words, as humans evolved to use tools, they needed to invent a system of measurement relative to their perspective
in order to build stuff, ergo the mathematics that we use can never explain the singular mechanics of the quantum universe.
The early mathematicians used an atticus to perform their calculations and by its very physical limits, the nature of zero
became somewhat of a deity, surrounded by a dogma that still effects the calculations that we use every day. Zero value is
non-existent in the universe and should be valued both mathematically and philosophically as such. In singularity
mathematics its usage is strictly for the purpose of defining values below 1 and above -1, never itself does it take upon value
to represent a physical state inside of an equation. The purpose behind this is highlighted in chapter 1 in favor of removing
numerical relativity from operators.
The first chapter of this paper focuses on faults found in the core operators of mathematics, multiplication and division. In
relation to the method in which the universe does business, humans have been using these operators wrong for thousands of
years, let the smoke and mirrors subside.

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