Date: Sep 20, 2017 6:10 PM
Author: conway
Subject: Re: 0 = 1
> On Wednesday, September 6, 2017 at 3:01:29 PM UTC-4,

> conway wrote:

> > 0 and 1 share identical spaces. ( 1 + (-1) )

> proves this....if 0 did not have a space on the

> number line the equation would equal -1. 0 and 1 do

> NOT share a value in common. 0 is NOT equal to 1.

>

> Thanks for confirming that, contrary your heading, we

> still have 0=/=1.

>

>

> > according to value. But according to space they

> ARE equivalent.

> >

>

> Huh??? Not sure what kind of wonky equivalence

> relation you have in mind, but it sure isn't

> equality. 0 and 1 are NOT generally interchangeable.

>

> So, we still have 0x=0 and 0x=/=1 for all x in R. And

> 0=/=1. Whew!

>

>

> Dan

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>

Dan

To be fair to you....ok....I was not "precise" in my title. I chose it to add "flare".......HOWEVER.....zero and 1 are interchangeable with "space"......but not with value.....

consider..."abstractly"...

If I have an empty box... that is zero. If I fill the empty box with 1 of anything....that is 1. 1 still has the same "box" that zero had....its just that it is "filled"...