What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infinity?

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What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infinity?

Postby jannareed » Fri Dec 16, 2011 5:46 pm

We understand neumerological Zero with a form but I think zero is formless. What is your view please?
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby Cahoot » Sat Dec 17, 2011 5:09 am

I can’t come up with an example of zero existing anywhere but in the mind.
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby mental vagrant » Thu Dec 29, 2011 10:30 am

Exactly the only 'uncountable', that which exist as much as it doesn't. Pop, gone, pop, gone; how can we count it: 0.
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby klausmoran » Fri Jan 13, 2012 10:34 am

mental vagrant wrote:Exactly the only 'uncountable', that which exist as much as it doesn't. Pop, gone, pop, gone; how can we count it: 0.


nice.:)
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby Cahoot » Sat Jan 28, 2012 4:17 am

Still can't.
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby jufa » Mon Jan 30, 2012 4:02 am

Zero is counted as 1.

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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby ForbidenRea » Sat May 05, 2012 2:17 pm

Aztec "zero" hence.
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Postby ForbidenRea » Fri May 18, 2012 1:36 pm

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Postby Dan Rowden » Fri May 18, 2012 3:29 pm

Dude, you need to know that I intend to delete your meaningless, nonsense posts from here on in. Get control of your posting habits if you wish to continue.
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby mental vagrant » Tue May 22, 2012 1:54 am

FR's posts aren't meaningless, just obscure, when you get used to them there is much to read, to read of yourself. FR let's you be you, most of the time. Although it's vegetable references are way off.
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby Pincho Paxton » Mon Oct 22, 2012 1:33 am

zero is the centre of all physics like grey is the centre of Black, and White. Because all actions have an equal and opposite reaction, and the opposite to zero is infinity. So from nothing you get everything, and the centre of mathematics works like this....

1, 0, -1

With zero in the middle of negative numbers.

For an action of 1 you need the opposite reaction which is -1, therefore zero cannot live for very long and is quickly skipped across. You can cut a basketball in half to see how zero is skipped across. The +1 is the basketball in its convex form, poking out. The -1 is the basketball inside as a concave bend. The opposites are both together. Now fold the basketball inside out, and you see that zero is quickly skipped, and the flat shape cannot hold itself without a force that pops the basketball the other way. That's why the Universe is here, and nothing cannot maintain a stable state for very long. The component parts of zero will always pop out to create +1 and -1 together. So you will always have basketballs which are put together as particles.

There are other interesting things about the opposites that create zero. Science does not use negative numbers when it comes to mass, but it should. Gravity should include negative numbers to get zero mass for a photon. The photon is the pop of the basketball turning inside out, and so it creates a wave from the pop. The physics of negative mass are like the basketball in its concave form as a dip in matter. The concave form has different physics to the convex form, and gravity works with the concave negative mass. So science desperately needs negative mass for gravity mathematics. Science desperately needs to understand that zero is the centre of all physics.

So you have the basketball in half, and want to understand gravity. You hold the half basketball under a running flow of water. The convex bend allows the water to flow off, but the concave bend captures the water. Gravity is to flow into the concave dips of matter, and to flow off the convex curves. That makes understanding zero very important, so that you understand gravity, you understand infinity, and you understand physics.
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby Kunga » Mon Oct 22, 2012 4:02 am

@Pincho :do you think the universe is a living intelligence ? (One entity ?)
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby Pincho Paxton » Mon Oct 22, 2012 4:16 am

Kunga wrote:@Pincho :do you think the universe is a living intelligence ? (One entity ?)


The Universe is one entity, but its creative abilities are caused by a simple process similar to binary code. All of the computer worlds like Mario World are created from binary code. So a 0,1 is very creative when it is used in the right way. A hole, and a filler is enough to create everything. Lego is a hole, and a filler. The Universe is a bunch of holes, and fillers. Intelligence is a hole with fillers popping out of it, but the fillers have to be passed to the memories which are holes again. The real answer to the universe deliberately creating Earth, and nature is that the organization of particles into nice patterns like snowflakes happens anyway. I know how it happens, and it's because the fillers that bump together are forced to make certain shapes due to Newton's kissing problem...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kissing_number_problem
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby Kunga » Mon Oct 22, 2012 4:35 am

Pincho Paxton wrote:The Universe is a bunch of holes, and fillers.


Yes,
as we can see it's evidence throught all living organisms, the ability to reproduce itself is a natural function of the universe. But if the universe is infinite, does it really have a begining ?

Also,
does time really exist or is IT all happening NOW ? (Past/Present/Future).

What is the purpose or reason for a universe to exist ?
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby Pincho Paxton » Mon Oct 22, 2012 4:50 am

Kunga wrote:
Pincho Paxton wrote:The Universe is a bunch of holes, and fillers.


Yes,
as we can see it's evidence throught all living organisms, the ability to reproduce itself is a natural function of the universe. But if the universe is infinite, does it really have a begining ?

Also,
does time really exist or is IT all happening NOW ? (Past/Present/Future).

What is the purpose or reason for a universe to exist ?


The Universe has a circular life. It creates a Galaxy, the Galaxy gets swallowed up, it creates a Galaxy, the Galaxy gets swallowed up. No beginning, no end. A hole, creates the galaxy, the galaxy gets swallowed up by a hole. Holes, and fillers. But like a hose pipe it is easier to pass from the hole than back into it. Bump physics have a preferred direction, so the Universe expands, and accelerates its expansion.

Time doesn't exist apart from as a flow of particles. No past, present or future, just our own memories. The particles don't even travel in one direction, they travel in all directions, even back where they came from. So time is very misleading, it has no arrow. But like a hose pipe it is easier to pass from the hole than back into it. Time does reverse though, and to create freezing temperatures is to reverse time. It doesn't reverse the growth of a flower, but atoms do reverse into a hole.

The reason that the Universe exists is that zero is the most difficult energy state for the Universe to become.
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby Kunga » Mon Oct 22, 2012 5:05 am

Pincho Paxton wrote:The reason that the Universe exists is that zero is the most difficult energy state for the Universe to become.



is that because it is impossible for there not to be any form of energy ?
even nothing is something ?


BTW,
Thankyou for answering my questions Pincho. xxx
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby Pincho Paxton » Mon Oct 22, 2012 5:58 am

Kunga wrote:
Pincho Paxton wrote:The reason that the Universe exists is that zero is the most difficult energy state for the Universe to become.



is that because it is impossible for there not to be any form of energy ?
even nothing is something ?


BTW,
Thankyou for answering my questions Pincho. xxx


It's because 1 flips to -1 a bit like a trampoline, but as it passes through zero it uses a system that we use for degrees of a circle like 360 suddenly wraps around to 1. The flow of the circle from 360 to 1 is just as smooth as the rest of the circle, so there is no visible sudden change. The counting system is circular. So it will never flatten out completely. We confuse ourselves by using a decimal system with ends 1 to 100, and so zero sits at an end, and nothing is a meeting place for all energy to demise. But with negative numbers, and a circular wraparound system 9 can meet -9...

9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1,-1,-2,-3,-4,-5,-6,-7,-8,-9,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1

No ends, and zero appears to be missing... Every action has an equal and opposite reaction...

1 + -1 = 0

Two things make zero. 1 and -1, but there is a short pop which is a photon in the middle.
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Re: What is ZERO? Does it play any role with mind and infini

Postby Aniihya » Thu Nov 08, 2012 6:12 pm

Zero is just nothing, the non-existence of the countable.
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