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Castle of Black Iron · C1965
3 weeks ago

booog: Or he had the same situation with Lucien, his lover likes females too... A lesbian like Natasha.

Throne of Magical Arcana · C509
1 month ago
Or he had the same situation with Lucien, his lover likes females too... A lesbian like Natasha. View More

Frozen_Necromancer: .... Wait what? So Fernando used to like males as well? I really didn't expect that...

Throne of Magical Arcana · C509
1 month ago

LazyReadrr: And another volume ends.
This novel truly is a feast of flavors.
And i hope it'll continue to be.
So progress report on lucien:
Mage lvl upgraded (multiple times)
Chronologically 6 months or so went by since the last volume.
Bloodline power lvl went up.
Had his first battle with a legendary.
Also gained his first legendary artifact.
Progress with Natasha
First reveal of 'Big Ivan'.
And finally gained the spell breaker Left arm which can nullify spells and powers below the 8th circle.
Hope daily release rate increases in the next volume!

Throne of Magical Arcana · C507
1 month ago

Dethstrow: Shouldn't it be fission magic and not fusion magic? The way I understand it is Fission is the separation of the atomic nucleus whereas Fusion is the combination of 2 or more elements. Nuclear bombs operate on the concept of Fission while stars operate on Fusion.

Throne of Magical Arcana · C504
1 month ago
Lmao. Here comes the nerf again. View More
Castle of Black Iron · C1940
1 month ago
I guess he should be on the way to building nukes now. I wonder how he would proceed with it. Might be used to kill legendaries and other high ranking church officials. View More
Throne of Magical Arcana · C497
1 month ago

Krebert: It's Lobachevsky's Hyperbolic Geometry. The "It's just in your imagination" part is referring to it being non-Euclidian geometry.

That means that one of Euclid's Postulates is changed and then the rest of the geometry system is constructed around these new premises.

The word "Postulate" is important here, referring to an "assumption" or a "given". That means that it's one of the few rules that we "take to be true" before deriving the rest of geometry based on those assumptions. All math systems need a set of "startup rules" called axioms (or postulates) that are simply taken as "true" and then, if those axioms are complete enough, you can derive a math system from it which may or may not be useful, but *will* be internally consistent.

If you want a math system to be useful in the real world, you would obviously want the postulates or axioms upon which you build the math system to correspond to the real world, right? Therefore, in Euclidean geometry, the axioms/postulates are things that seem "obvious", but have to be "assumed" or "given" rather than "proved" or "derived".

For example: the Parallel Postulate: For any given line R and point P not on R, there is exactly one line which passes through P and is parallel to R.

If you draw it out on paper, this seems obvious, but it turns out that it's not possible to "prove" this using just the other axioms of Euclidean geometry. It must be "given". That means that it's possible for an internally consistent geometry system to exist in which the parallel postulate is *not* true or is different.

"But isn't that just playing around with your imagination?" you ask. If you take a piece of paper, draw a line, then draw a dot next to the line, it's quite obvious that you can only draw one parallel line through that dot. So how would a geometry in which you can draw at least two parallel lines through that one dot be possible?

In reality, it *seems* obvious that you can't just change the basic rules of the world and expect the resulting math system to be useful, but it turns out that there are in fact situations in which alternate geometries are not just useful, but essential.

Relativity Theory, for example, is highly dependent upon non-Euclidean geometries. The reason for that is that Euclidean geometry is for "flat" space, like paper on a desk, whereas real space is actually not flat (Euclidean), but "hyperbolic", while space-time is described by yet another geometry.

Alternate geometries as a concept is important because is leads us toward "Minkowski space", a four-dimensional "manifold" instead of three-dimensional Euclidean space, which is the foundation for Special Relativity and the concept of a unified space-time with inertial reference frames.

Throne of Magical Arcana · C420
6 months ago
See this! I just gifted the story: Balloon View More
Only I level up · C243
6 months ago
Damn, Yukeli went full Thanos there. View More
Reborn: Evolving From Nothing · C217
6 months ago
What a great story View More
Otherworldly Evil Monarch · C655
9 months ago
Here comes the pah! Pah! Pah! Sect! XD View More
Castle of Black Iron · C1442
9 months ago
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