Zero is an extension of 1 in reverse, de-extension
Zero represents dimensionless(non-extension)
1 represents dimensional(extended from non-extension)
But dimensionless is still something, 1, by 0=0
1 is a representation and an extension of 0

Zero is an extension of 1 in reverse, de-extension
Zero represents dimensionless infinity
Imaginary numbers represent imaginary infinity
Real numbers represent real infinity

in the ancient world, mathematicians did not even consider certain number groups because the natural world was considered holy and the only thing worth studying.

so in essence, you're only assuming whats beyond the veil when you dabble beyond natural numbers. It's easy to simply say something implies nothing, yet true "nothing" cannot be ascertained as an idea, because even an idea is something and something starts with one.

In the philosophy of Plotinus (and that of other neoplatonists), The One is the ultimate reality and source of all existence.[7]Philo of Alexandria (20 BC – AD 50) regarded the number one as God's number, and the basis for all numbers ("De Allegoriis Legum," ii.12 [i.66]).

Classical antiquity
The ancient Greeks had no symbol for zero (μηδέν), and did not use a digit placeholder for it.[19] They seemed unsure about the status of zero as a number. They asked themselves, "How can nothing be something?", leading to philosophical and, by the medieval period, religious arguments about the nature and existence of zero and the vacuum. The paradoxes of Zeno of Elea depend in large part on the uncertain interpretation of zero.[20]

The reality is your thoughts and ideas are influenced on society. The reality is our brains and nervous synapses can't process information faster than light. So even in the most literal definition of reality, we're not living in it. At the most were living in an echo of the true reality. We can talk spiritually too, but I don't believe you're ready.

Look up 0 and ontological mathematics
Then read ontological math books like God Series, learn about causility, think of thinking
as mental causility and causility being intuiton and math and numbers being defined intuition=causality=waves
Causility as 0, a container, circle, wave = representations
0 has an ontological basis just like 1
1/0 is undefined because many mathematicians and other people using applied math define
0 as an abstraction instead of having an ontological basis
1/0 = Infinity in some defined systems geometry
Next step is what is 0/0?
What is the relationship between imaginary numbers and 0?
It's not just an abstraction and it just doesn't represent "nothing" or an empty set
It has an ontological basis
0 is dimensionless, which is nothing leading to nothing is still something(1), which is an extension of 0 and returns to 0
0 and the relationship to the imaginary numbers(i, -i) is a frontier that is constantly being explored in math as we speak and I have my own thoughts and theories that I keep to myself of course

I get what you're saying but I am trying to make you make a bigger abstraction into discrete vs. continuous
When you fully understand what 0=0 means, you will understand what I mean by the one is zero

I get what you're saying but I am trying to make you make a bigger abstraction into discrete vs. continuous
When you fully understand what 0=0 means, you will understand what I mean by the one is zero

I am the things that are, that will be, and that have been. No one has ever laid open the garment by which I am concealed. The fruit which I brought forth was the sun.

Nah I am thinking of it
The illusion is math
Everything is math=consciousness=soul=energy=causality=motion=intuition=
(nothing, unity, multitude)=A wave
I did an entire degree in Math and thinking about doing a masters or PhD but I am trying to finalize some ideas because you need a thesis but of course I'm not going to share my ideas on here
What I am stating is a math statement and telling you that is the definition behind your abstractions
Both you and I are right

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