posted on Aug, 28 2011 @ 07:33 PM
Mathematic understanding is flawed due to its one and only uncertainty that is to divide any number(n) by zero. In that operation, the answer is
determined as undefined.
Any number divided by zero is said, in the current model of mathematics, to be “undefined”. In this thread, my purpose is to challenge the
existence of zero and put infinity in its place. This is due to the fact that when examined closely, you see that zero and infinity operate very
similarly as being a reference point for everything to arise.
Infinity and 0 are both immeasurable. 0 cannot be measured because there is nothing there to measure. Infinity cannot be measured because once a
measurement has been attempted, there will always be something greater or smaller.
Infinity and 0 are both formless. 0 is formless for obvious reasons. Infinity is formless because if it had form, it would be rendered finite and
thus not infinity.
Knowing this, you know that 0 +(n) = (n). Most people assume that infinity + (n) = infinity, but this is not true. The number (n) is a definition.
It exists as something that is definable and it is finite. So the number (n) will arise from infinity in its own existence apparently separate from
infinity. So infinity + (n) = (n).
So when you try to subtract (n) from infinity, you get -(n). When you try to subtract infinity from (n) you will get “negative infinity”.
Negative infinity is still just infinity. Infinity must be understood to be the foundation of what everything comes from, of which all numbers can
find their beginnings. When this kind of math is viewed in context, you see that there is no such thing as negative numbers. This obviously
challenges conventional mathematics in a way that might render this style of math dysfunctional, but when viewed in context of reality as being
energy, there is never a “0” and there is always “something”. Therefore, it would be more appropriate that we examine this form of
mathematics and its implications very closely.
While 0 and infinity operate very similar, there are some differences, but I think these differences will serve in favor of infinity to better define
the mathematical nature of reality in a way that zero never could. For instance, 0 times (n) is another way of saying you have 0 (n) times, and (n) 0
times. Either way, you will have zero. When you multiply infinity by (n), you get two answers. One way you are saying you have infinity (n) times
and the other way you are saying you have (n) infinity times. One answer will look like (n) (n) (n) (n) (n) (n) (n) (n) (n) (n) (n) (n) (n) (n)
(n)……etc. The other will look like a sideways 8.
Infinity is a starting point. I argue that infinity is THE starting point of the universe due to the fact that energy is neither created nor
destroyed. So mathematically, energy looks like (energy) times infinity. So you have infinitely lasting energy, and you also have infinity. No
matter the operation, infinity cannot be separated from anything. The existence of anything can be traced back to infinity and still has its
connection with infinity.
Another operation to examine is the division operation. Like trying to divide (n) by 0 and getting an undefined answer, trying to divide (n) by
infinity yields a peculiar outcome. Although peculiar, it is still a much more realistic occurrence. The nature of reality is AT LEAST 3
dimensional. You have three dimensions of length width and height. You have a 3d object, a plane, and a line. But you can go a step further and get
down to a single point. A single point is very peculiar. It is peculiar because it is an indeterminable quantity. The minute you try to define it,
there is always a point smaller. This single point’s mathematical operation looks like (n) divided by infinity. So you have a quantity that is
infinitely small yet still on the positive end of real numbers no matter how small it gets. And of course you know when you divide infinity by (n),
you still have infinity.
The point of this thread is not only to challenge the way we have been looking at mathematics, but also to help define the root of our existence as
being some kind of infinity. 0 is always used as a reference, but when the reference of everything that exists is traced back to its beginnings, and
it is determined to not have a beginning and there was never an absolute nothing, then it must be accepted that THE reference is not 0 and therefore
all mathematics based upon counting from zero is inappropriate. Numbers arise from infinity in their own existence just like they do from 0. The
difference is, when a number arises from infinity, it maintains its reference as being part of the operation and never separate from it so that any
operation maintains its connection with infinity.
I hope all who read this don’t automatically dismiss this because it goes against everything you have known so far, but rather accept the
possibility that what you have learned so far hasn’t necessarily been correct. I hope all who read this will seriously consider this form of
mathematics as a realistic approach not only to mathematics, but also to reality.