> 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. according to > value. But according to space they ARE equivalent. > > 0(as a number) Is NOT = 1(as a number) > 0(as value) Is NOT = 1 (as value) > > > 0(as spaces) = 1 (as space) > > an empty space is still a thing, it is NOT nothing...it can be measured > and interacted with......so should zero.
I hope that the relevant committee will award this ground- breaking development, that fills a very much needed gap, with this year's Fields Medal.