posted on Aug, 14 2012 @ 04:31 AM
Infinity and Zero cannot possibly be the same thing.
If you have zero cans of Pepsi, you don't have any Pepsi at all.
If you have infinity cans of Pepsi, you have MORE than zero cans. You have an infinite amount of Pepsi. You can remove any amount of Pepsi and STILL
have cans of Pepsi.
If you have zero cans of Pepsi you just don't have any. Add one can, you have only 1 can of Pepsi.
Zero and Infinity are the opposite of each other, not the same thing.
Please explain, using my Pepsi example, how zero and infinity are the same. Your left hand is empty, because there are zero cans of Pepsi, your right
hand has a Pepsi in it, and a chain of Pepsi cans continues on forever and ever. It never stops. Just because there isn't a limit on it, doesn't mean
you don't have anything. You just have so much Pepsi there is no limit to it. But it's still more than zero, it's a lot more than zero.
Another example, if you have zero cans of Pepsi, could you fill a swimming pool with Pepsi? No, because you don't have any. If you have infinity
number of Pepsi cans, can you fill a swimming pool with Pepsi? Yes! And still have a bunch left over. Therefore, not the same thing.
14-8-2012 by James1982 because: (no reason given)