# Complex Square Theory

A form of Math that allowed Gregor Vladivostok to create the Vladivostok Mousepad, arguably the first real mousepad to be invented. Ironically, his formula counter acted with one of Complex Square Theory's main laws.

## Laws[edit | edit source]

The main laws of Complex Square Theory were developed by me at least ten minutes before I was about to eat dinner. They are as follows:

- Squares do in fact, exist.
- Squares are in fact, made up of straight lines.
- Squares do in fact, exist. Wait I already said that one! CRAP!
- Sqares Stink.
- But mainly... They killed your cat!

### First Law[edit | edit source]

Now, the first principle is proved easily by this incredibly complex equation

So the first thing we do is take each instance of and multiply it by the Mystery Constant. This give us a situation where is equal to . Of course, this is impossible, so we preform the following operation:

**Failed to parse (syntax error): {\displaystyle \frac{i^2 (9+4) = \sqrt{iii} = ijk = f(x) = 5674759 = c^2 = D}{\sqrt{\pi^8 × e^x}}}**

Which means that this becomes true...

But here we have a conflicting function, because automatically prevents a well defined value like 57 to exist. So the onyl way to counter that is too redivide the whole problems by the antinumber constant, such that Buster's Law no longer hold true, meaning such that the concept of additivity is irrelevant, therefore numbers can equal anything, so...

and that brings us to this...

and this allows this:

It's beautiful really. I don't think there is anything more amazing then that. Now, as we just discussed, . This is now official know as the square constant. All squares are indicated by a value of 57. Don't ask why.

Now someone else explain the rest. My hands hurt. Time to tell the world about Buster Gonzales.