*ei*y

The

**Starbur**[abbreviated as the

*ei*y^{@}hypothesis**Quantumquotient**(

*quantum*- for measuring some quotient of currency with which it is idempotent. A lemma of

^{#}The

`theorem`

was first posed by Link Starbur*ei*y, who, in suggesting

`provable`

, conjectured that `token`

-based automata is ideally both `kernelized`

and fungible.🤓 ∃ a `transactor`

between preimaging and imaging. -- `Problem`

: show that ¢ent homotopy is `normalizable`

. Hint: `classifying`

all `fonts`

should suffice.
Notes (+): +To |

The

**Quantumquotient**

__always__assumes current abnormalcy

^{~}(ie. hyper/hypo ≠ 1, and P ≅ BQP). Plainly, it is a query into how much (an estimate) of a given hyper/hypo is optimal (ie. MONEY)(?). In a parimutuel system, which can distribute hypocurrency (ie. cache), the hyper- (ie. credit) numerator can remain (hypothetically) asymptotic* iff there exists a hash function (auction) that can bring about perpetual normalization.statistical volatility This is because the set of

`fonts`

is infinitesimal compared to the total `fibor`

count.
The aim is for persistent/redundant cache-credit idempotence (global cryptic hyperlinking), which [(hyper,hypo) ≅ crypto] would be theoretically achievable with a fully secured🔐 [sequenced] payload (courtesy of Double U economics). (see also Juke Lemma, juke tax, string ludology,

*,*

**UUe**lcome*The UUe*, Starbur

*ei*y automaton,

*The Origamic Symphony*, +list)

Function map:

**Q**... Juke Lemma → ... Pink program →

*γ*-proof