Let us begin with a basic understanding of Dhabus Complex Theory. Sumedh Dhabu, a great mind recently came to conclusion after a string of mind boggling facts about dreams and realities. Dhabu goes on to imply the complex theorem to life, by stating,
"Life is Complex-One needs to consider the real and imaginary parts separately"
Dhabu has come up with this theorem through sheer perseverance and dedication in the past 4 years. He conducted experiments on himself and his friends to establish this golden rule, prompting me to think further and expand it. Here, I have collaborated with the great man himself and using some theoretical results obtained by Anant Devi, come up with the Datar iParadox An explanation for the same is given below. Mathematical understanding along with a sense of humour is a must for this, and those ill suited or dumb enough not to understand complex numbers and other associated topics need not read further.
Mathematical analysis of Dhabus Theory leads to a quite interesting paradox, known as Datar iParadox. We have tried to analyse and help laymen understand this paradox. here goes:
Consider an ideal life for a student (MALE) entering Engineering. Since he is entering engineering, he has a dream, but then there is also a reality, which are unfortunately, conjugates of each other.
In India, it is everyones dream to one day land up in IT engineering and end up getting bucketloads of marks. Thus, their dreams along with their current dreams which is studies well and a girlfriend(who is ofcourse, imaginary) can be given by the Eulerian identity,
during engineering, for a good engineer,
cosT = studies and it is a sin(T) to have a girlfriend.
The paradox comes into picture when the Girlfriend leaves you.
Life turns head over heels, i.e, it changes direction.
considering life to be a vector, by change of direction, Life will now be given as
A life turned heads over heels is called a Problem.
to solve problems, we try to find the roots of the problems,
now sqrt(P) = sqrt(-1) ="i"
So "i" is the root of the problem.
However, it is rather surprising result. Mathematically, we have proven that "i" here is imaginary. however, the "i" exists physically, and is the root of all problems.
A major mathematical paradox is thereby generated, stating, is the imaginary "i" really real?
The above postulate is termed as the Datar iParadox and as discussed earlier, derived solely from Dhabus Complex Theorem with help of Devi Arguments.
We can thus conclude that using mathematics we have generated a paradox questioning the nature of "i".
Since the authors are from Pune, they would like to add that any remarks regarding the authenticity and correctness of the theory shall be considered imaginary, and removed immediately from the complex plane.