Originally posted by ImaFungi
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
how do numbers occupy space and time?
numbers as in, there exists 50 stars... the number of 50 exists?
The Space-Time of numbers was assigned back during the days of Aristotle, Plato, Socrates. What numbering system did they use? Roman Numerals!
Roman Numerals have NO Zero! Without Zero, they couldn't see the trUth about the Space-Time of numbers so they saw the numbers as objects, like
planets, and the space in-between them as the space in-between planets, and they didn't realize that those planets occupy Space & Time and there is a
VACCUM in-between them, a "nothingness" of sorts. Sew they assigned the Space-Time of numbers backwards and no one has caught it.
Law of Matter - all Matter occupies Space & Time, and Numbers matter and tht which occupies Space, must also occupy Time.
Every object in the Universe occupy Space & Time and numbers are nothing more than numerical objects used to mathematically define that which occupies
Space & Time, thus, they must match that which they describe or it is like defining water using fire and that toad don't pee!
Law of Time - Time is a linear constant, always moving forward in increments of finite and that which occupies Time, must also occupy Space.
Past - Present - Future
What's the minimum amount of Time the THREE can occupy?
Answer: 3 finite
Past = -f
Present = 0f
Future = + f
-f + 0f + +f = 3f
Zero occupies a finite amount of Space & Time and because the Math Werld has assigned the Space-Time of numbers backwards, that's why they think
finite doesn't exist.
Once they correct their stoopidity, finite is obvious and then, they will finally realize that .9 to infinity does kNot
equal One, because they never accounted for finite in the finite infinity equations they used to prove their hypothesis.
edit on 3-2-2012 by ButtUglyToad because: (no reason given)