Time is equivalent to a gradation of ethereal space as particulate/fractals. This Ether, as stable unmoving self-reflective space, manifests as an approximate structure of itself through the nature of Reflection the Apeirion which is simply "fluxing space". From the nature of this space as flux we understand temporality, for time is simply a flux between particles which both composed the particles themselves and further particles. These particles, as parts or fractals of a "whole" or "unified space", continually "individuate" as they relate towards the unity of the ethereal space the apeiron is an approximate of. This act of individuation is what manifests further potential particles. It is in these respects that the Apeiron (as fluxing space or time) is the third dimension of a duality of "actual particle relations" and "potential particle relations".

It is through the relation of actual particle relations (which in themselves can be argued as "actual" particles considering particles are strictly "quantums of relations") and further actual particle relations that the nature of mathematical multiplication is "embodied" as the production of "potential particle relations". This is multiplication is rooted in Apeironic Space that composes both material multiplication and the abstract arithmetic version we understand.

In turn the relation of potential particulate and actual particulate that the nature of mathematical "division" is "embodied" as the production of further actual particulate. This division is rooted in Apeironic Space that composes both material division and the abstract arithmetic version we understand.

It is in these respects that time is strictly a cycle of multiplication and division that moves particulate towards a "unity" as it relates towards the stable ethereal space. Multiplication and Division are dual cycles of flux that cycle through each other and in this respect all "time" is equivalent to "cyclical flux" between dual "poles" of actuality and potentiality.

This apeiron is most likely the root space of Relativity and Quantum mechanics (https://en.wikipedia...iron_(cosmology)). In this respect the apeiron, as an observation of space as flux, is equivalent to a negative value (Relative to Ether as a positive value) as the process of "individuation" is strictly a grade of Ether.

Multiplication, and by default exponentiation, are strictly the relation of gradient spaces (particles/quantums) that propagate further space through flux. This propagated space is potential space, or time. The gradient spaces, as actualities, are positive in value while the potential spaces, as non-actuals, are negative in value. Multiplication/exponentiation are positive to negative in value for multiplication/exponentiation are strictly the propagation of gradient spaces (particles/quantums) through a median of flux which propagates further flux as potentiality. Multiplication/exponentiation is a propagation of potential particles/quantums through the relations of actual particles and relative to an ethereal median.

example: 4x2 = 8

with φ = "actual particulate", ω = "potential particulate", and ∫ = "relations of"

∫({φ ≜ (1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1)}, {φ ≜ (1 ≡ 1)} ≜ { ω ≜ (1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1)}

or ∫{4φ , 2φ } ≜ 8ω or ∫{φ , φ } ≜ ω

Division is strictly the relation of gradient space and time, or the separation of potential space by gradient space (particles/quantums) that propagate further space through flux. This propagated space is actual space. The positive gradient spaces, relative to the negative potential gradient spaces lead to a division/roots to manifest as a negative to positive values for division/roots are strictly the divergence of time through space. This in turn, through a median of flux, propagates further flux actual gradient space. Division/roots is a propagation of actual particles through the relations of potential and actual particles relative to an ethereal median.

example:

with (4,2) = φ and 8 = ω as 8/2 =4

∫({ω ≜ (1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1)}, {φ ≜ (1 ≡ 1)} ≜ { φ ≜ (1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1 ≡ 1)}

## Multiplication and Division as Foundations of Temporality

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