I Think Philosophically Zero Is Equivalent to Infinity

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    EXPLAIN!

    Hollow, you best be explaining this theory of yours
    Silver01ta Silver01ta
    31-35, M
    1 Response Mar 20, 2008

    My Philosophy On This Subject.

    if we dont have any philosophy, any sort of 'structured basis of life' to rely on- then we are free from the limiting beliefs that keep us trapped inside of ourselves always wanting to escape and grasp what we cannot have. . Its always changing, so your perception would have to...
    amyriadofmelodies amyriadofmelodies
    26-30, F
    1 Response Jul 19, 2011

    Well. Apparently I'm not the only one

    that thinks 0=infinity. But on to my "experience." Over the past 6 months I have now convinced myself that in order for a human to reach their maximum potential of happiness, they must do exactly what they want with their life. For some, that is impossible due to restrictions...
    Lateralus07 Lateralus07
    18-21, M
    Dec 10, 2014

    Nihilistic

    everything is nothing and vice versa, everything came from nothing and shall return, nothing can only come about from having everything, and where has everything come from?The end result will always be zero. Sorry if this sounds like babble, its something that had always made...
    Donalh Donalh
    22-25, M
    2 Responses Apr 10, 2008

    I Like To Cook A Creative Meal With Whats In The House

    I found that trukey meatballs topped off with ham, swiss cheese, and more ham makes a great dinner snack along with a side of blue cheese dressing accompanied by a stout or a dark ale. 
    onus7 onus7
    36-40
    Jan 29, 2011

    Time

    Has anyone else got thinking about how to pinpoint when "now" actually is? You can't. If you take time to be split into infinite units, then one moment has the value of zero time - you can have before and after, but not "now." Interesting group logo you...
    musicspirit musicspirit
    16-17, F
    24 Responses May 4, 2009
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