posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 01:10 PM
So you people are finally understanding the concept of division? Or just applying some atsgobblidegook to it? If you have one WHOLE and divide it in
half you are left with one HALF and another HALF. Yes, there are two separate and individual halves, but we are not dealing with halves. We are
dealing with WHOLES, which is how you defined whatever number system you are using. ONE = WHOLE, TWO = two WHOLES etc.
What is going on here is you are applying your slippery and changing definitions to what should be concrete and well-defined math and it is one of the
major problems in science, in my opinion. You started off with one = a whole X (life, the universe & everything). You divided the whole X in half and
were left with two half Xs(half of life, the universe & everything and the other half was whatever was left over). Then you changed your system of
numbering and made .5 (one of the half Xs) equal to 1. You did this in the same equation, so no wonder you guys are confused. You have to keep your
systems consistent throughout the equation.
I mean, if you divide 2 in half, then of course you get two 1s. Wait a second! If you divide 2, then what you are left with is two halves. So .5 =
2/2 = 1 + 1
2/2(/2) = 2(/2)
0/2 = 0
0/2(2) = 0(2)
0 = 0 TRUEW!!!!