## The QCI Transformation

QCI Theory combines the structure of imaginary numbers with the mathematical underpinnings of quantum physics. The path-integral formulation, a technique for predicting the probabilities of quantum events, averages numerical contributions from all possible trajectories a particle can take. This averaging process, called a

QCI Theory generalizes this approach. On the usual number line, there are only two directions towards infinity: to the left and to the right. In the plane of imaginary numbers, however, there are an infinity of distinct directions to infinity. When we use imaginary numbers in quantum theory, we obtain an infinity of distinct possible results of the path averaging process. This implies an infinity of different behaviors for the particle, meaning an infinity of distinct laws of motion.

In the QCI "Metaverse", an infinity of alternate realities possess different laws of physics. The expansiveness of the plane, compared to the relative restriction of the number line, produces a new diversity in physical law. Next, we'll explore the nature of the different QCI universes.

*functional integral*, approximates curved trajectories with straight-edged ones; as the number of edges increases to infinity, the process becomes ever more accurate. The end result is an average of all possible paths a particle can take between two positions, telling us the likelihood the particle will move from point to point.QCI Theory generalizes this approach. On the usual number line, there are only two directions towards infinity: to the left and to the right. In the plane of imaginary numbers, however, there are an infinity of distinct directions to infinity. When we use imaginary numbers in quantum theory, we obtain an infinity of distinct possible results of the path averaging process. This implies an infinity of different behaviors for the particle, meaning an infinity of distinct laws of motion.

In the QCI "Metaverse", an infinity of alternate realities possess different laws of physics. The expansiveness of the plane, compared to the relative restriction of the number line, produces a new diversity in physical law. Next, we'll explore the nature of the different QCI universes.