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Ghost ants. These are tiny little ants, a couple millimeters long or shorter. They get their name from their characteristically light-colored abdomen, which suggests the appearance of a "ghost" in the sense of having a head but no body.
These are fast little ants. And they are also persistent little fuckers.
They've been all over the house lately. A few keep on appearing everywhere and it's damn hard to trace them to whence they came.
And their latest conquest? Setting up a nest in my car.
Fuck you, ants. Fants.
But actually the "undead" designator is some sort of opposite of dead.
Without being alive.
So maybe instead of just having two states, alive (+1) and dead (-1), there's actually a third state of existence status, which is...I dunno, undead (0), or perhaps even a whole second dimension, with undead (+i) and neither-dead-nor-alive-nor-undead-somehow (-i).
Therefore, ghost ants = undead ants = i*ants
ghost ghost ants = i*(i*ants) = -ants
...so, tell me if I get this wrong, you can't have ghosts of ghost ants, since ghost ghost ants are simply dead? But by killing ghost ants you turn them into robots? Nah...
is alive, should be alive: living
is dead, should be dead: dead
is alive, should be dead: undead
is dead, should be alive: ?????
golem: a third axis? or maybe the origin of these two axes? or maybe it is the ?????
life and death is complex (clearly it is if we live among the undead)
un-alive = dead
alive is clearly not the same thing as dead.
undead is also something different from being alive,
and un-undead is something like, after using Holy Water in a Final Fantasy game, you might say that you made your character un-undead, and that's equivalent to them just being alive.
So basically I think it's fair to say that multiplying by un three times gives the multiplicative identity, so that should mean un is a cube root of unity, or un =
(-1 ± i√3)/2.