1. A line progresses from point A to point B.

2. This line is composed of fractal lines.

3. These fractal lines are whole numbers in themselves.

4. The progression of fractals can be observed as 1/2, to 1/3, to 1/4, etc. Each of these numbers is, as an individual line or set of lines, whole numbers.

5. As the line is divided continually each line (or line segment) moves to point 0. As whole numbers progress, they move from and towards point 0 as the beginning and end points.

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(...)

............ = ._______.

6. Each new line segment is a line in itself, and as a new line segment follow the same nature as the original line. 2 progress to 0. 3 progresses to 0. 4 progresses to 0. Etc. The whole number line ends and begins with zero.

7. This occurs through one line where one is cycling through zero into multiple states. A point projected to another point results in the point repeating itself through a new line. Each line stem from a 0d point results in a projection back to the original point, thus it is directed to a new line as the beginning point is the end point and the end point is the beginning point.

## Positive Numbers Move to Point 0

### Re: Positive Numbers Move to Point 0

Yes, I think this is a fair summary of the Finkelgruber-Schnottburger hypothesis; but you'll need to address the Wiener-Schnitzl counter-argument, or you'll find yourself eating Schitt soup without any chopsticks.

### Re: Positive Numbers Move to Point 0

Don't forget the Cox-Zucker machine. Yes it's a real thing.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cox%E2%80 ... er_machine