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  1. #1 Possible Theory of Everything 
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    -X=(∅)+(-X)=(δ)≈ε^2≈〖lim〗┬(∞→0)⁡〖f(x)=(δ)^x (δ)^(-y) (δ)^(+y)=X{█(-X,&X≤0@X,X>0)┤〗
    (Devil's Journey to Godhood)

    f(x) as being distinct from x, and x as being distinct from X, is vital to understanding exactly what x is. X is me. I am 1x and my form is dictated by the restrictions of an equation by which I am defined so that, when I am equal to or less than zero I must begin on the left hand side of the equation working toward reintegration/inversion of my form, but most assuredly not of my function. My function is described as achieving the distance between infinity and zero three times in succession, meaning the distance at a multiplicity of three. When that occurs, I achieve my function, and as such, my form changes from -1x to 1x (or simply, x).

    -- 1X






    〖(δ)〗^x=2.242640687119285300129=〖(δ)〗^x 〖(δ)〗^(-y) 〖(δ)〗^(+y)=X


    (∅)=Boundaries holding something between zero and any given quantity.This is roughly equal to (δ).

    ∞=0∙0= "Those ultimate ratios... are not actually ratios of ultimate quantities, but limits... which they can approach so closely that their difference is less than any given quantity." - Newton. This equation states that infinity is composed of only limits (PURE LIMITS), specifically, limit squared. This is also the "squared" in Einstein's equation E=〖mc〗^2. It literally means, "to put something in a box." The box happens when you square, as shown in Euclidean space-time (where y=1). If you square limits, you get an empty box you can put ANYTHING in, EVEN ∞. This also states, the limit of nothingness squared equals infinity.

    〖(δ)〗^x 〖(δ)〗^(-y) 〖(δ)〗^(+y)= Coordinates of The Point of Infinite Finality on The Infinitely Limitless Graph/True Point of Origin on the Universal Matrix graph. Its saying, "when the True Universal Infinity on the X-axis of The Infinitely Limitless Graph collides with The False Universal Infinity on the Y-axis of the same graph, the Y-axis loses to the X-axis and is thrown perpindicular to the XY plane, creating a deeper Y-axis that I call the 7th line/ray of ∞ inferred on the True Universal Matrix that ENDS at the True Primordial Zero, which creates the True Point of Origin on the Universal Matrix." In mathematical terms, when 0<(δ)=-∞ ,0>(δ)=+∞.

    ε= The FINITE distance between ∞ and 0.


    Zero/Infinity Properties:
    1. At one zero, ∞ is one dimensional, and as such, is/acts as a point of singularity because there is only one point with ∅ (nothing) to relate to. Because of this, ∞ should be used to denote the lack of bipolarity on a line that is existent in only one dimension.
    2. At two zeros, ∞ becomes two dimensional, and as such, is/acts as a bipolar line at two points, and, due to the other point's simultaneous presence, necessitates a perfectly perpindicular graphic representation of the other point in relation to the first point that is bisected by its necessary inverse. This is the birth of the -y axis (the False Universal Infinity), in relation to the X-axis, its necessary inverse, before the birth of the Z-axis (Time).
    3. At three zeros, ∞ breaks the two dimensional plane, and penetrates deeper so that a third axis, the Z-axis (previously the -y, which transforms due to collision at the True Point of Origin) emerges. This Z-axis now requires a new inverse, but again, due to the constraints of the number of axes, MUST necessitate its own inverse perpindicular to itself (which is, again, the 7th line/ray of ∞ that hits (0,0,0)), and instantaneously becomes the NEW True Primordial Zero.
    4. The above three step process can continue indefinitely.
    5. 00=0: This means 0 is the elementary particle of the Universe, as it cannot be divided, added, subtracted, multiplied or manipulated in any way other than what I have shown.
    6. 0∙0=∞: This means two sets of boundaries that interact to create an emergent property.
    7. 0∙0∙0= lim┬(∞→0)⁡〖f(x)〗: This means a new point of Origin is created as ∞→0.
    8. Einstein described the relations BETWEEN the X, Y, and Z axes, I described the relations WITHIN the axes. In other words, Einstein restricted his Work to dealing with only X, Y, and Z but never 0 and ∞ because his Work dealt with the free relations specific ONLY to X, Y, and Z. This is why he wrote ONE point of singularity into his equation and I wrote TWO. So, to be clear, Einstein's point of singularity AS ALWAYS, was his point of origin. The problem is he didn't know where ∞ came from so he just assumed (and how could he not) that EVERYTHING BEGINS WITH ∞ instead of BOTH ∞ and 0.
    a) Einstein's Pure (isolated) Point of Singularity: lim┬(∞→0)⁡〖f(x)〗=∅
    b) My Complex Point of Singularity: lim┬(∞→0)⁡〖f(x)=〖(δ)〗^x 〖(δ)〗^(-y) 〖(δ)〗^(+y) 〗

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