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Physical meaning of base of natural logarithm e

 There is number “e” that is called “base of natural logarithm” mathematically.

     e = lim (1+1/n)^n  ( n →∞ )
       = 2.718 - -

 this is definition of e, and this e is used in many theories of mathematics and physics. Therefore, importance of the number will be very high.
 But nobody could explain how this number was fitted into natural phenomenon, and why “e” was needed in our world. But it can be explained by introduction of “Five dimension theory”.

 As is understood by definitional equation, “e” is expressed as the product of (1+infinitesimal) and infinity. Though the idea, 1+infinitesimal, is subtle, if one is regarded as largeness, the other can be regarded as point.
 In “Five Dimension Theory”, combination of point and largeness is necessary in order to generate recognition of space, recognition of largeness. Seeing largeness from point, largeness can be felt, on the other hand, seeing point from largeness, point can be recognized.
 Infinite continuity of this operation is formation factor of recognition of space. Point and largeness in this case is combination of “1 and infinitesimal” mathematically. To repeat it infinitely is expressed as infinite product mathematically.

 Thinking in this way, all existences include “e”. Therefore, it was natural that “e” appears in mathematical expression of natural phenomenon.

 “e” has been used in all aspects of scientific theories without understanding the meaning of it until now. As essential meaning of “e” can be understood after “Five dimension” is introduced, understanding of scientific theories will be dramatically progressed

    
  

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Contents
   Preface
   Necessity of Five Dimension
   What is Five Dimension Theory?
   Separation of oneself and others
   Direction / Shape of consciousness
   Rotation of consciousness
   Physical meaning of base of natural logarithm e
   Scientific meaning of imaginary unit i
   Further understanding of Five Dimension
   Theory of reversion of large and small
   Complete revision of physics
   Complete revision of chemistry
   Importance of mathematics
   Impact on religious world
   Secret of esoteric Buddhism
   Development through dramatic progress of science / culture
   People with immature spirit take pain
   Coming of peace

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