And yes I agree the natural numbers/integers are very interesting! ]]>

The distinction between moving along a line versus moving/rotating in a plane is a big difference between real number and complex number geometry, but it is ultimately about single-coordinate geometry rather than two-coordinate geometry like I’m considering here.

I am having a lot of trouble imagining and understanding your disk description. I dare say I might need a picture of some sort to understand what you mean? Also are you talking about the complex plane of numbers a+bi, or are you talking about the plane with complex coordinates (a+bi, c+di)?

]]>I am wondering if you had any critics?

I am also wondering if you considered the main difference between real numbers and complex numbers: moving along a line vs rotation!

I always thought about complex plan as a disk orthogonal to the x-axis. That disk-iplane has only one point in common with the y-axis, the origin 0.

Imagine it as standing on then caretsian plane, in front of you there is a glass disk when you press the i button on the x-axis to emerge in a rotation similar to peacock feathers display.

How can that i-disk touch the real plane outside of the x-axis?

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