Division Algebras, Lattices, Physics, Windmill Tilting by Dr Geoffrey M Dixon

By Dr Geoffrey M Dixon

Complicated numbers, quaternions, octonions, critical domain names, laminated lattices, the Leech lattice, with functions to theoretical physics, together with the traditional version of quarks and leptons with spinors and gauge teams.

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