03-20-2012, 05:38 PM

Here is a good read on the subject of opposites within Oneness (a seeming paradox).

http://rs2theory.org/books/rs2/fundament...sites.html

http://rs2theory.org/books/rs2/fundament...sites.html

Quote:Opposites come in different forms. Basic mathematics represents them as inverses: the additive inverse and the multiplicative inverse. The use of complex numbers add another “opposite,” that of the complex conjugate. Opposites require a reference point from which to measure the “opposite” character. This reference is called a datum. A datum can have any value, but zero and unity are the common ones. The datum, itself, also has an opposite: a concept known as infinity. Any system of measure departing from the datum heads towards its opposite at infinity, however there is only ONE infinity—just a lot of different directions to get there.

Quote:Multiplicative Inverse: Dichotomy

The multiplicative inverse has a datum of unity, with a dichotomy of greater or less than unity. Larson uses the multiplicative inverse for scalar motion (speed and energy). Note that the number line does not include a negative direction towards infinity, as does polarity, but an inverse direction—expanding towards infinity or shrinking to it. 0, 1, ∞.