The Persistent Universe, Solved!

By the Numbers

Andy James
3 min readAug 11


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Cantor was wrong. Painfully wrong. Miserably wrong. Woefully misguided.

|1| / |0| = ∞

Infinity = Constant of Change

Finite = Absence of Change

Infinity is analog

Finite is binary

The universe is analogous to a simple single pole light switch. It represents the division or physical separation of 1 and 0. It requires motion between those two points to be in either position, which necessarily causes change that results in the perception of time.

On/Off = Analog

1/0 = Analog

Motion = Analog

Time is a derivative motion.

Motion is a derivative of motionless space.

Space must always exist, but motionless space necessarily lies outside the observable universe.

This is falsifiable. Show me somewhere in the universe absent motion, or time, or space. Anywhere.

The universe is most likely a finite series of analog waves, laid out like this;

|1| > 1… > ∞ > 0… > |0|

Infinity cannot be labeled with numeric values because it is not a binary state.

Think about it logically.

When 1 is divided by 0, the result of that answer would wind up being a smooth unbroken result. 1/1 for example, results in a definitive singular finite object with a value of 1.

1/0 = Motion

Motion is analog, not discreet. It is a smooth unbroken process.

Motion is time, which is also analog.

Space, motion, and time causes energy, which can be quantified between 1 and 0.

The absence of motion yields a potential to perform work, which we define as potential energy.

1 is potential energy.

0 is the absence of existence, which cannot occur. The laws of physics even tells us that, as energy cannot be created nor destroyed, only transformed.

There is no such thing as an infinite quantity. Infinity cannot be quantified, because it is an…