4. Is the BBS-ISL Matrix a multiplication table?
No! Only the Primary/Prime Diagonal (PD), which divides the matrix into two equal, symmetrical triangles like the diagonals on an ordinary square, is composed of the multiplication product (the “squares”) of the two Axis numbers.
5. Why does the BBS-ISL Matrix look so complex?
New things often “look” complicated, even when they are extremely simple!
6. How can you let me see that?
Easy, can you add 2 to any number?