People’s curiosity and their queries has no limit. One recent question stood interesting to me––what outcome will be, if instead of using ∑=č²(0)1 you use the ∑=č²(0)¹ ?

First, I greed on this ∑=č²(0)¹ and appreciated. I will explain –see, why I did so.

As you know, in the framework of the Theory of Entirety, the concept of speed transcends the known limits of the physical universe. While the speed of light represents the ultimate boundary within our universe, č² stands as a symbol of infinite velocity—a force that operates beyond the constraints of time and space. When this infinite speed interacts with the dimensionless realm of zero time, it generates a unique constant, a void depicted by the value of 1.

However, this 1 is not just a mathematical convenience; it is the true depiction of entirety. Unlike the universe, which is vast and expanding yet still defined by its own parameters, this unique 1 is the embodiment of real entirety—absolute and unchanging. In this context, entirety is not just a sum of all parts but the singular, mandatory state of existence, a totality that is fundamentally 1.

The formula ∑=č²(0)¹ encapsulates this profound truth. Here, the sum (∑) represents the totality of all that exists, defined not by an accumulation of components but by the very principle of unity. The interaction of infinite speed within zero time does not merely produce a value; it reveals the true nature of entirety, which is inescapably and mandatorily 1. This stands in stark contrast to the universe, which, while immense, is ultimately a subset of this greater, indivisible whole.

In the Theory of Entirety, the unique 1 is not just a number; it is the real, tangible entirety that governs all existence. It is the ultimate reality that everything else must align with, the foundation upon which all of existence is built.

Mathematically, there is no difference in the outcome between the two forms. Both expressions ultimately represent the same value, č²(0) .

However, from a notational or conceptual standpoint, if there’s a specific reason to emphasize the exponent of 1 (such as indicating a potential for other powers or clarifying the form), then using č²(0)¹ to express Entirety (∑) might serve that purpose better. Otherwise, the outcome remains identical.

–Kalishwar Das