Completely sober now and... I think I invented another new form of math last night... involving the calculation of energy changes across dimensions of physical space... not just relational X,Y,Z dimensional planes, but multiple sets of relational planes acting in concurrence across dimensional inflation/deflation... like how a given X,Y,Z dimensional space could effectively exist as a mono-dimensional space given a large enough dimensional space.
Basically the universe as we understand it is multidimensional across the volumetric spectrum. So like we generally perceive the earth, a round object, as a flat object, because of the disproportional volumes of matter, that is our volume compared to the volume of the whole planet.
So basically you have multiple sets of relational physical dimensions that concurrently exist within differential inflationary dimensions, or to put that more simply matter dispersal creates physical/relational dimensions and size disparity creates spatial/inflatonary dimensions.
So it's not simply X,Y, Z but rather the relational size disparity between multiple sets of X,Y,Z coordinates. For example with GPS your location is a given X,Y,Z number... as if it were a single mono point on a large map... even though you are obviously not a single mono point, your being has relational dimensions that extend in feet and inches, but by comparative contrast those relational dimensions are effectively meaningless/superfluous in a greater dimensional contrast.
So even though you're three dimensional, to a higher dimensional being, you appear as if you're one dimensional. It's not that you actually are one dimensional, it's just from their relational perspective you appear as such. And, likewise, a higher dimensional being, or "God" if you like would be so large as to be outright imperceptible to our senses and even the scientific instruments we presently posses to augment our senses.
But, regardless, the math itself is centered around energy dynamics across multiple/varying dimensions, which is important because we want to use the smallest amount of energy possible to affect the greatest amount of change... which is what the math centers on.
...did ya get all that? :D