I am a math lover. This is one of the research I kept working for the past three years. The essence of this work is to claim the existence of a transcendental number, "$h$", with which we can solve many "unsolvable integrals". This claim is very audacious and I am fully aware that I might be embarrassing myself to professional mathematicians or statisticians because of my amateur math exposition. However, given the fact that I make no effort to earn academic credit, you can simply ignore my work if you believe I am plainly wrong. On the other hand, I am very happy to discuss the detail of this work to whoever is interested and also welcome any feedback. My only purpose is to improve this work and spread out the idea if my claim is tenable.

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