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By: hansvanleunen
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Wed, 21 Jan 2015 14:59:06 +0000http://qchu.wordpress.com/?p=7493#comment-4966Due to the four dimensions of quaternions, quaternionic number systems and continuous quaternionic functions exist in 16 discrete symmetry flavors. Half of them is right handed. The other half is left handed. Apart from these discrete symmetries the displacement and rotation related symmetries exist. The discrete symmetries determine the discrete properties of elementary particles. In this case they act in pairs. One of the discrete symmetries is determined by the embedding continuum. The other discrete symmetry is determined by a coherent set of quaternions that represents the embedded particle.
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