Originally Posted by

**TiGeRmOo**
Just looking for feedback on an idea. I'm sure I can't be the first to think of this... Who else has presented this idea? Probably a philosopher.

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0<1<[n=(∞-x)]<(∞-1)<∞<(∞+1)<[(∞+x)=-n]<-1<0

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oversimplification:

n=any number other than 0, 1, ∞ as a function of 0 while x would act as it's compliment as a function of ∞. Forming a circle, the traditional infinite number line is now a number circle. ∞+ and ∞- would attract and come together to become it's own singularity, also explaining the size of points on the cirlce being one infinityith, infinith??? (1/∞). Something about the distances through the circle (z) [as opposed to arround (x) (and y when the circle becomes a sphere)] acting like a wormhole. The circle would (obviously) be infinitely large with ∞ at the top to accomidate the religious.

Remove the void by having ...-3, -2, -1, -1/∞, +1/∞, 1, 2, 3... could zero take up 1/∞ of space on the number 'line' 1/∞>0 or would zero just be an imaginary divider of the positive and negative taking up absolutely no space whatsoever.... 1-1≠(±1/∞) so zero must take up just as much room as any other number.