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A+B=1 There you go plain and simple. There is better writers than me who will write it up .

Quote from: Thebox on 13/05/2018 17:00:13A+B=1 There you go plain and simple. There is better writers than me who will write it up .Plain, yes.Simple, yesMeaningful, NoAnd since it has no meaning, nobody can write it up for you

Why is t always 1?Why is k always 1?What are t and k?What's P and why is it always infinite?

It doesn't make sense to have an infinite probability so your "theory" (really, i't's not even a hypothesis) is wrongWe can close the thread now.

I have a single red point and place it amongst an infinite amount of points, I ask you to random pick a point, What is your chance of picking the red point? 1/∞ chance I already know.

Quote from: Thebox on 13/05/2018 19:36:14I have a single red point and place it amongst an infinite amount of points, I ask you to random pick a point, What is your chance of picking the red point? 1/∞ chance I already know. Practically zero.And if you have a bunch of points all of which are red and you ask me to pick one then the chance of me picking a red one is 1All probabilities fall in the range zero to one.0<= P <= 1Which is why your "theory" which says that it's infinity is wrong.

When 0 is an infinite whole , it is applicable.

Quote from: Thebox on 13/05/2018 21:20:00When 0 is an infinite whole , it is applicable. Back to good old word salad again I see.It's still not going to cut it as science.

Yes to understand , you have to accept and understand 1 = 0

1 electron is half of an atom which is half of zero charge.

Quote from: Thebox on 13/05/2018 21:47:091 electron is half of an atom which is half of zero charge.Nope, an electron is (at most) about 1/2000 of an atom by mass.Your theory seems to be a theory of nothing.Why not just accept that?