**Taming the Infinite/ Chapter 10/ Impossible Quantities.**

Now things get more interesting. Consider prime numbers, do they have an end? Rephrasing, think of the numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, they are all prime numbers. The question I am proposing is how much can they go on? To infinitum? How do we prove this? This is in fact one of the major controversies within the ambits of mathematics, and generally speaking of life. These infinities inquiries require a formula. For instance Andrew Wiles and his solution to Fermat's theorem.

On this chapter we review the existence of imaginary numbers, used to describe square roots of negative numbers; in essence they do not exist, therefore their name “imaginary”. A thought to leave you, reader, thinking, on just how much “doesn’t really exist”…