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The Real, the Imaginary and Beyond

The Real, the Imaginary and Beyond

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The paper presents an extension of the complexified Minkowski space.

The paper presents an extension of the complexified Minkowski space.

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Published by: Dr. Hans-Joachim Rudolph on Dec 30, 2012
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The Real, the Imaginary and Beyond
by Dr. Hans-Joachim Rudolph (MD), Microvita Research e.V.
In order to describe interactions between the mental and thephysical world, the concept of space-time had beenextended, i.e. Minkowski space M
0
had been complementedby four imaginary dimensions, resulting in a complexifiedMinkowski space M
C
(1, 2, 3). Now, in order to allow forindependant observers of the mental and the supra-mentalworld, the complexified Minkowski space needs anotherextension, i.e. M
C
must be complemented by furtherimaginary dimensions, resulting in a quaternified Minkowskispace M
Q
.So, in analogy to what has been written before (4),
 
thefollowing is to be postulated:Let M
0
be a Minkowski space, which is a 4-dimensional flatLorentzian manifold,and let M
Q
be the quaternified M
0
of dimensionality 16,with 4 real
"""
 
"""
-t
Re
and x
Re
, y
Re
, z
Re
,and 3 x 4 imaginary dimensions
"
-t
Im
and x
Im
, y
Im
, z
Im
.Then, the standard basis for M
0
will be a set of 4 mutuallyorthogonal vectors (-
0
,
1
,
2
,
3
), such that(-
0
)
2
= (
1
)
2
= (
2
)
2
 
= (
3
)
2
=
+
1,and for M
Q
there will be an additional set of 3 x 4 mutuallyorthogonal vectors (-
0
,
1
,
2
,
3
), (-
 j 
0
,
 j 
1
,
 j 
2
,
 j 
3
) and(-
0
,
1
,
2
,
3
), such that
 
(-
0
)
2
= (
1
)
2
= (
2
)
2
= (
3
)
2
= (-
 j 
0
)
2
= (
 j 
1
)
2
= (
 j 
2
)
2
= (
 j 
3
)
2
= (-
0
)
2
=(
1
)
2
= (
2
)
2
= (
3
)
2
=
-
1.Accordingly, eachpoint p
Q
Q
Q
= (-
0
t
r
,
1
x
r
,
2
y
r
, 
3
z
r
0
t
i
,
1
x
i
,
2
y
i
,
3
z
i
0
t
,
1
x
,
2
y
,
 j 
3
z
 j
, -
0
t
k
,
1
x
k
,
2
y
k
,
3
z
k
-
t
r
 
-
 
t
i
-
 
 j 
t
 j
-
 
t
k
"
 
x
r
 
+
 
x
i
+
 
 j 
x
 j
+
 
x
k
""
 
!
!!!!!!
=
y
r
+
 
y
i
+
 
 j 
y
 j
+
 
y
k
"
 
z
r
 
+
 
z
i
 
+
 
 j 
z
 j
+
 
z
k
"
 
"
"""""""""
 
-t
r
 
"
x
r
 
"
 
-t
i
 
"
x
i
 
 
-t
 j
"
 
x
 j
 
"
 
-t
k
 
"
x
k
 
""
 
+
 
"
 
 
+
 
 j 
""
+
""
 
 
 
y
r
"
z
r
 
"
 
"
y
i
"
z
i
 
"
 
"
y
 j
"
 
z
 j
 
"
 
"
y
k
"
z
k
 
"
 
 
""
 
"
 
"
 
 
 
""
"
 
""
 
with t
r
, t
i
, t
 j
, t
k
, x
r
, x
i
, x
 j
, x
k
, y
r
, y
i
, y
 j
, y
k
, z
r
, z
i
, z
 j
,
 
z
k
 
 
,
2
=
+
1 and
2
 
=
 j 
2
 
=
2
 
=
-
1.Therefrom
 
we can get four parallel space-times: One for thephysical (Annamaya Kosha), one for the mental (Citta), onefor the supra-mental (Ahamtattva) and one for the observerof the supra-mental world (Mahattattva). Mathematicallythey are, however, all one in this hyperspace!1. E.T. Newman,Maxwell's equations and complexMinkowski space, J. Math. Phys. 14, 102 (1973)2. E.T. Newman,Complex coordinate transformations andthe Schwarzschild
Kerr metrics, J. Math. Phys. 14, 774(1973)

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