Alice Law Version 7




Han Erim

May 7, 2012

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Though amateurish, I like programming. I wanted to create a file compression program. I thought that it was possible to create interesting algorithms by using radixes. Maybe I could find a good algorithm and build a proper compression program. Therefore, I started to study on radixes. How could I know that this path would bring me to the Alice Law?



It is possible to interpret radixes in two ways. The first method is the classical radixes system. The biggest number in the classical method is accepted to be the infinite. I named the mathematics that depends on this acceptance as the LEFT SIDE OF MATHEMATICS.

We may interpret the classical radixes system like this: Suppose that there is a stick in our hand, representing the number “1”. The length of this stick does not change according to radixes. We determine how many sticks we need to reach our intended number and add them end to end. 

In the left side, there are kinds of equations among the numbers in mathematically different radixes like the ones below:



It is also possible to create a radix system in which the biggest number is equal to 1. I call this mathematics as the RIGHT SIDE OF MATHEMATICS.

The geometrical interpretation of the RIGHT SIDE is just like this: The length of each stick representing the number 1 is different for each radix. If we add the sticks belonging to a radix end to end, when they reach the first repetition number (which is 10), an equation is provided among all radixes. 

I already said that I was trying to create an algorithm for my compression program. This was the algorithm that I found. I think the idea of Right Side radix system belongs to me. If any other person though about this before, I congratulate him/her heartily. 

The equations are formed in the Right Side Mathematics in this way: 



I have developed some pre-rules for the Right Side mathematics. These rules are important, at least for our own topic.

In principle, numbers are presented in fractions in Right Side. The presentation type is with the division of a number by its own radix. In this way, numeric value of each number range between 0 and 1. This range is called “1 Length”. 1 is the biggest number.

Despite its fractional appearance, the Right Side is integer number mathematics. Each element of a radix is an integer number. 

The numbers in the Right Side table can be carried on “1 Length”. When they are carried on 1 Length, these numbers are named FREQUENCY. Each number settles into a place on 1 Length according to the numeric value they carry. Each point on 1 Length represents a different frequency value. As radixes are infinite, 1 Length may carry infinite number of frequencies. 

Numbers on radixes that have the same frequency values on 1 Length are equal. Therefore, if there is more than one frequency having the same numerical value, the redundant ones are eliminated and only one frequency is left belonging to that value. 


The Right Side Mathematics is important for physics because frequencies on 1 Length and the FIELD mathematics in physics are in a perfect compliance. 

There is this equation below among frequency, mass and distance. 

d = f.m
distance = frequency x mass

The presence of this equation lets us to represent the Alice Laws in physics (Newton's law of universal gravitation and Coulomb's inverse-square law for electrically charged particles) with frequencies. 

In reality, no matter what kind of study it is, if values are intended to be shown between 0 and 1, it is possible to benefit from frequencies. Therefore, “1 Length” is an efficacious and precious concept. 



You can see the compliance of 1 Length and frequencies with field mathematics here. You can choose a representational mass value and create field values and relevant graphics belonging to that mass.

Add a number for the mass value to the box at the left top and press the “Create” button. The red arrows between the buttons will guide you.


What is the Alice Law in actual fact?

The Alice Law is a field law. It suggests that all objects have a special space (namely field) on their own and uses “1 Length” and frequencies while describing an object’s field. In sum, the Alice Law is really simple. The Alice Law has also its own special physics postulate. I have given this postulate as a different section in the program. 

Fields, of course, are very interesting structures. In fact, we know almost nothing about what they are, but we can observe and measure their effects. The Alice Law is also a door, a path to this world that we do not know anything about and that does not give its secrets to us. We may also think in this way: In all likelihood, if we can describe the formation rules of frequencies, then we can understand and describe fields. As a matter of fact, the Alice Law gives us some tips, but let’s not get into so much detail here. 

In point of fact, the biggest research topic in physics will be fields in the future. 


After I realized the close relationship between frequencies and the field mathematics around 1998, I intensified my studies in this direction.

I chose a mathematical model for myself in this way: Let’s consider an object whose mass is m as a radix system of which base is m and also include all number system systems whose base is smaller than m in this number system. In this case, we can obtain a special frequency table belonging to the mass m. (Namely, I was doing what you saw two pages ago.)

To study on this mathematical model for a long time pushed me to the idea that each object may have its own special space and I first reached the concept of FIELD. I named this path as the Alice Law. 

My reaching the concept of field took me to the idea that light may travel in these special spaces, namely fields. At this point, I obtained (c+v)(c-v) mathematics for light’s behavior. Of course, everything was nothing more than theoretical ideas up to that point. When I searched it saying “I wonder if there may be any results confirming (c+v)(c-v) mathematics.” on the internet, the information I got seemed to confirm (c+v)(c-v) mathematics. This gave me courage and enthusiasm to study. On the other hand, the studies that I did to adapt (c+v)(c-v) mathematics to the Relativity Theory were concluded by writing the Relativity Theory all over again. 

This was a wonderful journey for me. Each stage of this study was marvelous.

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