A Psychological View of Complex Numbers through Classical and Quantum Computing

Antonio Cassella


This article explores a psychological view of zero and complex numbers under the embrace of classical with quantum computing. At first, the author broaches classical computing, after-the-fact learning, and the autistic finiteness of the first attention spared in high-functioning autistics. Secondly, he deals with quantum computing, before-the-fact learning, and the less-than-perfect infinity of the second attention impaired in the autistic spectrum before the age of three years. The author emphasizes that quantum computing in the second step agrees with quantum coherence, the angle Greek Pi (p) in radians, Euler’s Identity (eip + 1 = 0), and the approach of daring explorers to the schizophrenia attached to algebraic zero. Thirdly, this article shows that the alliance of classical with quantum computing, or of the first with the second attention, allows the atoned self to reach transcendental zero, quantum decoherence, and a renovated home in the arms of the Third Attention. In turn, the renewal brought by the Third Attention can be linked to the angle twice Greek Pi (t, or Tau), the “Tau” identity (eit -1 = 0), the union of real with imaginary numbers in complex numbers, and the proposition by Pythagoras that “all is number.”

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijsss.v6i1.2872


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