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**ThePerfectHacker** Stop, Stop, Stop! You are sounding like him now.

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The only people that can discuss these topics are mathemations. The people that know and understand how the numbers were defined. It is not a simple task, and it took many years to finally defined everything that we need. This is from one of the foundations of math, called Model Theory. But note one important feature, ALL mathemations agree with the laws of arithmetic. Now if there comes a person who wants to discuss or define new numbers, what he wants to do. He must be extrememly well-versed in abstract math. For example, Plato gave me a link yesterday to something called "infintesmall numbers". Those are numbers that less than any positive number and above zero. I know it sounds strange. But what this mathemation(s) were able to do, is to build these numbers from a mathematical foundation. All the way from the definitions. Which is why everybody agrees with them. It might not make sense physically, but as long as it makes sense mathematically, you can define anything you want to. What this guy in the video does, is something which is illegal. If he really wants to define a new number(s) he need to do it axiomatically (like the infinitsmalls numbers). You cannot just define 0/0 to be a number. Because division over the real field was only defined for non-zero elements (and there is a beautiful reason for that). Unless he extendes the definitions of the reals to include zero (which cannot be done unless he completely redefines everything). But he did not do that. All I think he is, is a scientist, who is not familar with such strict rules who breaks the rules without justification and thinks makes a big discovery.

I hate these type of people that enter into these mathematical discussions and only know basic high-school math. It is like an Admiral asking a Luitentant what to do. For example, I do not argue in String theory, because I know absolutely nothing about it. And if there is person that does know, I will simply ask and not say what should be the correct result.

But the thing I hate even more is that the people that read these things think you can do these things. There has to be a law against mathematically un-sound theories.