This book is the original work to describe a series of explorations and discoveries about infinity by the authors.

Human beings have been hopeless and helpless throughout the history of human civilization in the face of a divergent infinity. More than 100 years ago, David Hilbert listed 23 mathematical problems. The first one is Georg Cantor’s continuum hypothesis (Goldbach’s conjecture and Riemann’s conjecture rank eighth), and it is also the most difficult and controversial problem in basic mathematics.

In the last century, Kurt Godel once proved that the continuum problem has no solution under the existing mathematical framework. Under what kind of framework can it be solved? People have no idea at all. For the first time, the continuum hypothesis lets us pay attention to investigating divergent infinity. The essence of the exploration of infinity is the exploration of numbers. The essence of numbers has confused human beings for more than 5,000 years, and the cardinality of fraction sets has puzzled people for more than 100 years.

The authors of this book follow the philosophical principles of the great thinkers Laozi and Zhuangzi, deeply studied the history of human thought and mathematics development, thoroughly analyzed the philosophical foundation of Cantor’s infinity theory, carefully scrutinize the ins and outs of numbers, and adopt a new way of thinking and powerful modern computer technology. For the first time in human history, we discovered the big constant Q of the generation rate of the fraction domain, the general term formula of the cardinality of the fraction domain, and a more grandiose basic chassis of the unknown cardinal number domain. We created and discovered the grand unified mathematics, which unified and integrated all infinite large-number domains based on the big constant Q, revealing the root cause of the continuum hypothesis, which can only be completely solved within the completely new framework of the large number domain theory.

The Continuum Hypothesis is the ceiling of classical mathematics, which cannot be broken through in all current mathematical theories, but it is only the floor and entry-level problem of the theory of the number domain. All the problems discussed in this book are much more difficult and tougher than the Continuum Hypothesis.

The authors hope that the discovery of the big constant Q will arouse the interest of people of insight who love science and mathematics all over the world, and join the expedition team that calculates large constants at 10^10, 10^100, 10^1000, and higher powers of 10, so as to escalate the blue planet civilization for mankind from PI civilization to Q civilization and find the key to the universe that Nikola Tesla prophesied one century ago.

The most eerie thing found in this book is that the big constant Q is composed of only three mysterious numbers: 3, 6, and 9, which were highly appreciated by the genius Nikola Tesla. It hints that the universe has more amazing secrets behind this big constant Q.

This book describes a series of the authors’ original discoveries in a simple and popular science way, and it is appropriate for readers with a high school diploma or higher.

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