When it comes to mathematics, I have a love hate relationship. I hate certain aspects, but love learning about it. Over the years I have come across and studied a wide range of mathematics. I believe some of these will be very helpful for you in terms of understanding the grand unification of physics. However, some of them are just interesting in the own right: Prime Numbers, Knot Theory, The Golden Ratio, Spherical Harmonics, “Yang-Mills Mass Gap,” Balls-of-Light as a series function, Platonic Solids, 15 Great Circles on a Sphere, Tiling, Stellations.
I started making a list of the mathematical topics I can't wait to talk about. It amazes me. I don't even begin to think of myself as a mathematician.
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Mathematics has a group of top unanswered questions. Millennium Prize Problems
Imagine an elementary particle. What comes to mind? Is something very small? If yes, you need to change your mind. Elementary particles — that is, single particles, not a collection of particles — can be huge! They can be larger than you. They can be “astronomical” in size!
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This 3-dimensional, geometric equation, is the key to unifying physics. Basically, it states that if you take the “cross product x“ of the electric field vector E and the magnetic field vector B, the result is the gravitational field vector G.Do not confuse the gravitational field “vector G“ (it has a small arrow above it) with the Gravitational constant (which is represented by a big "G" without a vector arrow above it) or with gravitational acceleration (which is represented by just a small "g").