Complex Quantum Mechanics is easy to understand but has abstract principles (like relativity) that are both intriguing and ,at times, a challenge to grasp.
I have rewritten complex mathematics and the school textbooks we are all so familiar with need completely revising. However they are a good place to start.
Previously complex mathematics has been treated as a completely abstract subject.
However by defining a valid, real, and consistent complex space this changes everything.
Of course it was not easy to do this.
One of the important consequences of my new approach is that complex forces are now possible. Previously, complex vectors have not been treated as forces but by applying them on the complex plane all this changes.
So where exactly, may you ask, is complex space. Well, I define it has that infinitely small space between two neighbouring dimensions such as 2D and 3D.
This leads me to introduce a particle smaller than the differential particle called the complex particle.
As with Classical QM (quantum foam) I believe that if you keep dividing space it has, at some point, to become discontinuous or distorted. However I do not accept the concept of Quantum Foam to explain this but instead introduce a complex particle approximately 10^-900 metres (if we say that the differential particle is, say, 10^-30 meters).