> Den onsdag 20 september 2017 kl. 15:30:12 UTC+2 skrev > conway: > > > How is 0 space? > > > > Markus > > > > > > I can "see" the space of zero on ANY number line. > Anyting that is "empty" can be measured. ANY time I > I have zero of anything, I still posses space. > > This means nothing. How exactly is 0 space? Answer > the question.
Zero is a dimension that is empty. Zero is a space that is empty. Zero "on" the number has a space, and it is empty of value. Zero in my bank account is no money(value), but the "empty" space of a bank account. Between the earth and the moon is zero and is space.
Euclid says a dimension is a line ( I agree )
A line is a collection of points ( I agree )
zero is a single point (I agree), with no dimension (I disagree).....
consider.....have you ever seen, or used, a point in mathematics in which the point in question could NOT have be measured? Measurement is a observation involving "space" "dimension"....etc...
If I allow a point to have dimension...it then requires no debate in understanding how a "line" obtains dimension when it is composed of things that do NOT have dimension.....so on.....any better?