” youre the first person to describe to me a number line where zero is excluded from the rest of the intiger set.”

” youre the first person to describe to me a number line where zero is excluded from the rest of the intiger set.”

 

I feel as if I’ve done a good thing then. 0’s such an odd thing. Extremely useful but it’s not really a number. Properties are quite different.

 It’s like, once you hit 0, anything’s possible. There’s no limits. Nothing’s possible. It’s all limits. Which is it?
Length? It comes from magnetism, naturally.
Width? It comes from Electricity, naturally.
Where does it all start? From 0 from where all amazing things emerge.
Thanks to Schelling who in 1800 reasoned this out and is right. Math can come from physics.
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