mirrors & orthogonality in culture
Posted in the Mathematics Forum
#1 Feb 4, 2011
Imagine an imaginary universe in which an imaginary number i is proportional to some unknown variable x multiplied by the negative reciprocal of the imaginary number i.
Such an eigenvalue/orthogonal equivalence (i = x/-i) suggests that Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Trading Places" (1983) are indeed symbolic of perception complexity visualization.
Movies are, after all, mirror axes art forms!
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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