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Infinity Doesn't Equal Zero

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Posted by Sinead Lykins on June 30, 2004 00:39:00 UTC

I don't think infinity equals zero. See, zero is nothing, infinity is everything. They're opposites, in a sense. I think that zero divided by zero equals infinity. I've even tried to write it out and prove it. And I've got it, I think. It all makes logical sense. I don't have it up anywhere, though.

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