Howdy peeps,
eYe recently asked a question on ATS concerning the Space-Time of Numbers:
Where's U'r Space-Time?
From the answers to that thread, it seems most believe the Space-Time of Numbers is the number itself and kNot in-between the number, which eYe agree
with, but that creates a dilemma. If the Space-Time of numbers is the number itself, then Zero must also occupy Space & Time and if it does, how much
Space-Time does it occupy, since that will apply to all numbers in their individual capacities?
eYe will offer up my rationale/proof and if you have anything to add, go for it, rather it be pro-or-con, please speak up, for the only way to correct
the wrong is to know how the wrong thinks, in order to find the flaw in their logic, to then fix the flaw.
The Space-Time of Zero is finite:
All objects in the Universe occupy Space & Time and numbers are nothing more than numerical objects used to mathematically define that which occupies
Space & Time, therefore, they must match that which they describe or it's like trying to define an orange using a peanut and that toad don't hop. The
Space-Time of Numbers was assigned back when sum boys named Aristotle, Plato, Socrates, etc..., were kick'n about and the numbering system they were
using was Roman Numerals, which has no Zero and without Zero, you cannot define Space-Time properly and Time itself is proof of that, considering Time
is a linear constant, always moving forward in increments of finite and in defining Time mathematically, the Present is Zero, the Past begins from
negative finite and the Future begins from positive finite, but if Zero doesn't occupy Space & Time, the Present never happens and a quote from
Aristotle says it all:
"We may say a thing is at rest when it has kNot changed its position between now and then, but there is no 'then' in 'now', so there is no being at
rest. Both motion and rest, then, must necessarily occupy time." - Aristotle
The Flow Sequence of Time is further compelling that the Space-Time of Numbers is the number itself:
Negative = Past
Positive = Future
Zero = Present
< -Infinite < -finite < 0 < +finite < +Infinite <
Zero must occupy Space-Time for Time to happen and the only amount of Space-Time Zero can possibly occupy is finite, thus, when the Space-Time of
Numbers is corrected, finite sticks out like a sore thumb. Also, the numerology of the Flow Sequence of Time is:
2 : 1 : 2 = 2 + (1 + 2) = 23
"Time happens in finite, then chit happens!" - Old Toad Proverb
“Law of Time - Time is a linear constant, always moving forward in increments of finite and that which occupies Time, must also occupy Space and
everything that exists at any given finite moment in Time, occupies the same finite moment at the same Time, for Time links all as One.”
Mathematics is nothing more than Numbers in Motion, thus, while at rest and while in motion, numbers must occupy Space & Time or a Warped Space-Time
Paradox occurs. The Warped Space-Time Paradox is when the event's "motion" (Space-Time) occurs within the Space-Time in-between the numbers, then the
event itself (number) happens after the fact, when both Space & Time must occur together and at the same finite moment as the number's motion or rest,
thus, the number must always occupy Space & Time and is no different than a vehicle moving down the road. When that vehicle (number) is at rest in the
driveway, it occupies Space & Time and while that vehicle (number) moves down the road, it occupies Space & Time and when that vehicle (number)
reaches final destination and is at rest, it occupies Space & Time and while a number moves in mathematics, it changes to become the next number in
sequence until it reaches its final destination and the equation is solved, but the car's number is also One the entire Time it is in motion and at
rest, as is All that is. The Warped Space-Time Paradox results in a number moving thru Space-Time instead of moving in Space-Time. So while the number
is at rest, it must necessarily occupy Space & Time at all finite points in space it exists and at all times, as well as when it is in motion. To
further show that numbers themselves occupy Space & Time, Time itself is critical and the You're Always Right Paradox is a good example to use. The
You're Always Right Paradox goes like this:
Ask anyone this question (verbatim): "I have a question for you - Are you always right?"
The answer is almost always No but the correct answer happens to be Yes, and the reason is simple. As humans, we are always right, from our
perspective (see original question) and anytime you doubt anything or change your mind, you go from being right to being right and even when you
realize you're wrong about something, guess what, you're right and even when you're wrong about something but don't know it, you're right. So no
matter what, you're always right and it's been proven all throughout life, especially science, but the real question is how much time passes (if any)
between being right and being right? The two possible answers are zero or finite (both is kNot an option), so which is it? Is it possible to do
something in no time? Is it possible for a circle to go from zero degrees to finite degrees in no time, even though the distance traveled is only
finite? When we go from being right to being right, something happened and can that something happen in no time or is the answer finite? If the answer
is zero, then we can move from any Point A to any Point B, covering any amount of distance in no time. Is that possible? If it is possible to
transverse finite in no time, then all we'd have to do is transverse a finite distance to infinity and we can travel from one side of the Universe to
the other side in no time. Is that possible? Finite is interesting because there's no Space-Time between zero and finite, if the Space-Time is
assigned correctly, and that's what makes finite so hard to see, besides being impossible to see if the Space-Time is assigned incorrectly to
in-between the numbers, but if you think about this paradox carefully, you should realize that "something" can't happen in "no time" so time is
relevant and since this paradox affects everyone, it will affect them in the same amount of time. So if you've never thought about the You're Always
Right Paradox, you should and once you do, you should also be able to understand the amount of time involved is a constant and then the answer should
be obvious. The other thing you should also realize is the You're Always Right Paradox proves everyone is closed-minded, it's our greatest flaw and
the design is intentional.
It's said that both Infinite and finite cannot be quantified but they think they've quantified an equation, known as a fraction, when they didn't. 1/2
does equal 0.5 and that is quantified and a number but when you take 1/3 and turn it into a supposed number of .3 to infinity, they need to see what
that little line above the 3 is, it turns that number into an equation, just like the square root of 2 isn't a number, it's an equation, thus, they
have kNot quantified 1/3 into a number and .9 to infinity (without finite) is kNot One. Another thing they need to realize is that if Infinite exists,
so too does finite, because how can anything keep on going, forever getting bigger, but you can't go the other way and have something that is getting
smaller, forever getting smaller? The Law of Opposites goes to the heart of the situation:
"Law of Opposites - opposites cannot exist without each other and if one exists, so too does the other, with the opposing opposites comprising Source
and Source comprising the opposing opposites."
The Flow Sequence of the Universe shows that (note the Infinite Recycling/Creation/Growth aspect):
< -Infinite -1 : - 1 -finite 0 +finite +1 : +1 +Infinite >
Within Math there is sumthing known as Limits and Infinite’s limit is [(+I) + (+f)] or [(–I) + (-f)], while ±finite’s limit is Zero. So how is
it possible for Infinite to exist (see George Cantor's work on Infinite) but finite doesn't exist? The fact that Infinite exists doesn't appears to be
the problem, the problem is finite, so how are Infinite & finite related? They are inverted opposites and here are examples of inverted opposites:
I = Infinite
f = finite
1/1 - 1/1
2/1 - 1/2
3/1 - 1/3
4/1 - 1/4
I/1 - 1/I
f/1 - 1/f
So with that, these statements are true:
I/1 = 1/f
f/1 = 1/I
Considering zero is the only mathematical exception to inverted opposites (cannot divide by zero), then those statements are true and finite is kNot
zero, or Infinite would then also be Zero and Georg Cantor's work with Infinite would be wrong. So finite is Infinite's inverted opposite and finite
does kNot equal zero, but finite's limit is zero and finite does exist because Infinite exists, plus, they need to understand that when you divide by
zero, you do kNot end up with an Infinite number. Zero is a mathematical contradiction and can be shown in a simple exercise:
"If you have a group of people and the combined amount of money they have is two dollars, what's the average each person has if the number of people
is zero?"
When you divide by zero, a mathematical contradiction occurs and you do kNot end up with an Infinite number as many think, but that's because they
think finite is zero when it is kNot. But when you divide by finite, the answer is an infinity equation/number. There's a simple equation that shows
how inverted opposites "react" when multiplied by their existing counterpart (notice how zero is excluded):
When Y equals ± 1 to ± Infinite (respectively) then:
Y x 1/Y = 1
So when Y equals Infinite, its inverted opposite is 1/I or f/1 and then:
I x 1/I = 1
And when Y equals finite, its inverted opposite is 1/f or I/1 and then:
f x 1/f = 1
And from those, you get this:
1/f = I
1/I = f
If = 1
f = 0 + f
f = 1 - .9 to infinity (without finite)
Sew for the forgoing logical reasons, eYe say Numbers themselves occupy Space & Time and that Zero occupies a finite amount of Space & Time, as dew
all numbers, and that n0thing can be sumthing and sumthing can be n0thing.
"Everything is Relative to Source and Source is Relative to Everything."
Ribbit
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