“ i keep thinking that in a black hole time and space are the same”
where did i come from and where am i going only states that what is the need in a future or a past without the present to define it so? if the question to both future and past is the same thing then the the present has to be the answer.
xcthulhu wrote:This isn't exactly an answer to your question, but in algebra it is not possible to have two zeros.
Some defining axioms that zero makes are:
(a) x + 0 = x and (b) 0 + x = x
So suppose that you had two zeros, call them 0 and Z. Then:
Z + 0 = Z (from rule a), and also
Z + 0 = 0 (from rule b)
Therefore Z = 0
Of course, you are thinking about zero in a sort of physical sense, rather than a purely mathematical sense...
Natural ChemE sorry 3D space for me is the XYZ I referred to (Cartesian co ),temporal /time would be 4 , I was using 3D as a reduction of’ or annihilation of the ,( well what we understand as the) physical universe into nothing ,leaving only time , I might be wrong but if we subtract the things which give time meaning i.e. space and the things in it, then time alone just becomes a now , yes ,yes highly debatable , but I was wanting to get to the bottom of xrisxs’S inspiration for why he /she saw zeros around a one rather than how the standard mathematical paradigm which makes zero the locus and builds outward, for myself philosophically speaking I like things that flip the rules , so I’m endeavoring to uphold , however futilely the notion that the locus is all and the rest is zero , my example was confusing admittedly, however I was trying to picture a zero universe with a now only time frame at it center. If you cant understand me don’t worry I barely understand myself , most if my ideas are geometric / pictorial , I’m not much good with numbers and languageWhat physical framework are you using?
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