Re: Zero=zero, God = nothing

Ian Goddard (
Sat, 20 Feb 1999 23:25:41 -0500

At 12:01 PM 2/19/99 +1100, Tim Bates wrote:

>> based on your assuming that 0 is not more the -1.
>> Do you still believe that 0 is not more than -1?
>OK. I will give you $0,000.00, and you give me -1,000.00
>to my credit card balance ;-)

IAN: That's a good example, and is the point I've been making, which is that the same thing (such as a transfer of money) as two attributes, a positive and a negative. Since both attribute are equal but opposite, they sum to zero. It is in this way that the net Work (F*d*cos(theta)) in a closed system is always equal to zero.

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