Take it up with google.PeteOlcott wrote: ↑Sat Aug 24, 2019 7:38 pmYou are the guy that believes 1=0, right?Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Sat Aug 24, 2019 7:07 pmThat prolog database is dependent upon the context of languages outside of it...it is not limited to all languages bowing to prolog.
Please continue ranting your gibberish, beating up your work is a great stress reliever.
Kind of like a pinata, I keep beating it and little fun and interesting facts spill ever where...they make me sick and disgusted like a child who ate too much candy...but hey kids will be kids...
1) 1 line between two points is halved.
2) This results in 1 line composed of 2 lines through 3 points.
3) This next set of lines is halved resulting in 1 line composed of 4 lines through 5 points.
4) This 1 line as a set of lines is continually halved ad infinitum so if contains an infinite number of points and infinite number of lines. The line thus observes itself as 1, 0 (as infinite 0s are still zero) and infinity (as the one line is composed of infinite lines) simultaneously.
5) 0 effectively observes itself as a function (ie the halving of 1 line through the point) thus necessitating 0 = 1 considering it is quantifiable. If we can count the number of 0's, it is effectively both 1 and infinite units.