(11:11) from one direction left to right as well as the other right to left is relative
1.0+1;0 =1.1 or 1;1 meaning it can be shown in two ways ( 1.1 ) : ( 1;1 )
nothing Ex nihilo nihil fit-- Latin-- nothing comes from nothing
but its incomplete because while 1.0 since it understands 0 ; 1 = -1
both see 1 above the other 1
Since (1.0) views (0.1) as a tenth of itself meaning equal ( 1 ; 0 ) views ( 0 ; 1) also as a tenth of it
[ -(1.1=1;1) = -(1;1 ) = (1.1) ]=1:1
now 1.1 is really half equal to 1:1 but 1;1 is equal to the other half
both ways the one is on 0;1 = 1.0 1;0 = 0.1
the correct start to count is 0.1 then 0.2 at 0.9 next you get 1.0 half a whole
the correct start to count is 0;1 then 0;2 at 0;9 next you get 1;0 half a whole
look at this reversed also
starts as 0ne then is divided into 2 points . = ( : ) each point ±1 to the other these points [ : ] then mulitpiy by two so ( . ) = 1.0 the other
( ; ) = 0;1 both are equal to 1 1 since only the point ( . ) determines 1.0 from 0.1 making (1.1) = - ( 1.1) or ( 1;1 ) now (11:11) equal to
(1.1) : (1;1) its opposite
making ( 9.1 : 1;6) the whole verse (1.9) : (6.1)
0 never can equal to 1
unless it is the point .
0 = [ -( 1 ) 1. + ( 1 ) + ( 1 ) .1 -( 1 ) ] = ( ± ] ∞ [± )≠ (0.0)(-0.0) no point . matters between 2 nothings
1≠0 [ 0 = 1 false, 0 = 0 true, 1 = 1 true] 1=( . ) I can see the point( . ) is a singularity a 1 but every 1 has and anti or -1 meaning [ ( p ) = (
. ) = 1 is true ] but incomplete because it neglects the points inverse ( - . ) which is reverse (p) making it ( -p ) or ( q ) = ( ; ) nether q or p
alone is equal to point ( : ) = ( pq ) ≠ (qp) = ( : )
[ ( p) ≠ ( ; ) = -1= ( - . ) = ( ; ) = ( q ) ≠ ( . ) = ( p ) = 1 ] if that makes sense then we can continue
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