>From: Ian Goddard <Ian@Goddard.net>
>>The answer is that there is no answer. There are zero (number of)
> IAN: Ya. To use an analogy, if you give me
> a basket and you say that in this basket is
> "the answer," and I look in there and there
> is nothing, I could say that there is no
> answer, or that the answer is nothing,
> zero. For the reasons I have stated
> above, both statements are the same.
> "No answer" means the answer is the same as zero.
This is meant to be half humorous; half serious. Please read as such.
I hate to be a nuisance, but maybe the basket isn't empty. Instead, one finds the contence by viewing from a different perspective.
Just a thought.