McMahon, Casey Ray
Mathematics and Applied Mathematics
December 24, 2015
Zero, infinity, positive infinity, negative infinity, creation, destruction, McMahon, infinite
In this paper, giving consideration to the Eilenberg–Mazur swindle, I present an interesting mathematical proof that:
A) Considering infinite (∞) systems, the results of the “Eilenberg–Mazur swindle” which have previously been ignored, cannot be ignored.
B) Systems that can be considered as infinite, such as our universe, can be considered as “non-real”.
C) In systems that can be considered as infinite, such as our universe, the number Zero can be taken as an infinite number, which can be considered as either positive or negative.
This surprising and unexpected proof also has other implications, which I discuss in this paper, which affects our reality. This work is, at its very least, an interesting mathematical curiosity. I provide two examples, which reach the same conclusion.