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ZetaTalk: Absolute Properties
Note: written by Jul 15, 1995.


Absolute properties, such as the mathematical zero, a figment mathematicians use to make their formulas work, do not exist. The absolute vacuum is a figment of physicists, struggling to make their formulas work. By this we mean that absolute properties do not exist in the physical world. The physical world has at any given point more or less mass, degrees, but never nothing. Absolute zero, the theoretic temperature where all molecular motion stops, also never happens. In all this neither the mathematicians or physicists are correct, and any formulas that require such factors are inherently incorrect.

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