Moole wrote:Further, here, you define a biggest element and a smallest element, and somehow, when it turns out that 1 is in fact that smallest natural and infinity is the biggest "number" (because you implicitly defined it as such), you weirdly declare that there is no largest and least (even though in the system you're working in, there are), then erroneously assume that since there's no biggest and smallest, nothing can be compared (just because in (0,1) we have no max or min, doesn't mean 2/3 isn't greater than 1/3). In my experience, things are bigger and hotter than others (example: the sun vs. a turtle) or faster and more abundant (i.e. mosquitoes vs. a turtle) and, at least looking locally, I can definitely orient my universe to left and right. It seems you are ignoring not only the mathematical truths you yourself assert - that a smallest and biggest thing actually exist - but also what is quite obvious in the real world. Your argument is not consistent within itself jumping from a statement to a contradiction thereof and is not consistent with observable reality. It is, in short, nonsense.
I stated the obvious fact that number 1 is smallest amount of anything. But the people to whom
I sing don't like my weird style. They refuse to accept this fact, they deny that there is such a concept, they say there is no smallest
amount, there is no smallest number they say. They say so because they are certain that there is no largest number so there can't
also be a smallest number. Quite obviously, if there is no abundance, then there is no poverty. Thus when there are no opposites,
there is nothing, not even the universe. And yes, nothing can be compared anymore.
I presented a clear statement containing these concepts, the largest and smallest numbers: Z and Y.
I asked what is their sum Z + Y equal to. Here are people with knowledge, so they say, but they did not answer my question. I even helped them by telling them that the smallest number Y=1. They did not take any notice of this. You said that:
"And why can you "tell" us that Y=1? No one has any more authority to assert things than others in math - and if calculating the sum Z+Y were possible, no hint would be necessary"
I asked that how can you calculate the sum Z + Y if you don't know what are these numbers mean. You did not want to listen what I said, you did not like my hint. You thought that I showed that I have more authority to assert things than others in math. No, that is wrong, I don't want to show that. Instead I think, I am just telling the truth, but no-one wants to listen.
If there is no smallest number, if the value of Y can be anything, then Y can also be equal to infinity. Therefore the largest amount
and the smallest amount are equal. Every thing in the universe is equal to infinity. Infinity and nothing.
I said that I drifted from forum to forum but no-one liked the weird singing style that I learned while in shower. I was told by someone that I should get voice lessons and learn how to do it right, and I took his advice at this point. I wanted to be taken seriously.
So now that learned to sing, what I sing does not seem to be consistent although I learned to sing a very good song everyone else
was singing. We are singing a song called "nothing" , it may be nonsense like you said, but you can try it at a local karaoke bar, test if the people will like your style, lyrics:"There is nothing, absolutely nothing, but it does not matter, because we hope that we will some day get a place where we can sing again, when the universe pops into existence out of the nothing,
all we got is infinity, infinitely many infinities. There is no right no wrong, no rich no poor, no slow no fast, no softness no hardness,
there is nothing but nothing, but it does not matter"
Do you think they will like the song? Would you sing it even if they did not like the song, or choose another song that they liked?
If you still think that I am singing off-key, what I can do, should I take more voice lessons?