Originally Posted by

**Excidium**
That could be true, but I don't think there's anything to restrict either possibility. I see it as a neutral infinity due to: 1/x, as x gets closer to zero it gets closer to + or - infinity. And also how when 1/0, when graphed on a Cartesian plane, shows a line with neutral slope.

I'm more open to the idea of infinity. Axiomatically 1/0 cannot be defined so that might be why most people immediately stop there, negating any further insights into infinity.

Also, some people close out infinity due to its strange properties, ie infinity + 1 = infinity + 2

Using the +/- property, 1=2 ... wouldn't an argument also apply to 0 x 1 = 0 x 2? Using the divisional property?