1. ## Re: Numerus “Numerans-numeratus”

Ok regarding Measure Theory:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Measure_(mathematics)

From this article we can see that only zero, must remain without a length and width. It says nothing of dimension. Zero remains without a length and width.

Regarding Topology and set theory:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zero-dimensional_space

This is a link referencing both:

At this point I must say...for this to continue in higher branches of mathematics a slight re-wording is required. But nothing else. We must say or allow that a "dimension" may exist abstractly...without a length and width. Further work of course is needed here.

So perhaps I was hasty to dismiss you on these two points Slip...but...one point is easily taken care of...the other should be also. More work to come.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dimension

A bit late....but from this we can see...all I really need to do...is claim all "MY" spaces or... all dimensional unit quantities... are abstract....

2. ## Re: Numerus “Numerans-numeratus”

Originally Posted by AndyDora
So consider a black whole...the mathematics of which yields divsion by zero.
Division by zero in physical theories is useful. It tells you when the theory breaks down and no longer describes reality. It tells you that refinements to the theory are necessary.

3. ## Re: Numerus “Numerans-numeratus”

Originally Posted by Archie
Division by zero in physical theories is useful. It tells you when the theory breaks down and no longer describes reality. It tells you that refinements to the theory are necessary.
yes...OR...it is just possible that there is a certain portion of these theories... that only fail...because the math fails to describe the action of division by zero. Yes...this is an opinion...but I am working diligently to prove it. I have to some degree done this regarding semantics. And in my opinion in other areas as well. Just not meaningfully as of yet.

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