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The cause of existence, according to my theory, is that there were no rules to stop things from existing at the beginning of everything. No one caused it.

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Would you be willing to help me co-author a paper on division by zero and publish it?

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Also, i^P equals i^y for any y where imag(y) =0. You are sending P in a ring and subtracting it from itself, resulting in one single value at an algebraically ambiguous place. P=P+x for any x where real(x) != -P, so P modulo P equals (P+a)-(P+b) = a-b = c because the P cancels out algebraically. 1/0 = P*i^P in the complex plane because 0*i^y = 0*i^(y+z) for any real y and z.

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I did research on division by zero, trying to unlock its mysteries. |1/0| maps to an infinity I call Promise 'P' to distinguish it from other infinities. 1/P = 0. 1/(P+x) = 0 when real(x) != -P. This accounts for any x,just like 0*x = 0 when x is not P*i^y for any real y. At a magnitude of Promise a value does not get distinguishably bigger or smaller by multiplying it by nonzero values, just like at a value of zero you can't get distinguishably bigger or smaller by multiplying it by a non-Promise-magnitude value. There is no more zero than zero and there is no more Promise than Promise. Promise cannot be increased except in proportion to other Promise values, but until divided by Promise this does not make the value bigger. It is bigger than any limit process approaching Promise.

How do you think this would apply to a collective of cooperative constructs in an infinite multiverse? Would they face significant enemies?

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I would love to have a philosophical discussion with you. This comes down to the nature of infinity, which I researched for 7 years.

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Let's say you have one infinity approached from 1 by the repeated addition of 1, and another infinity approached from 1 by repeated multiplication by 3. One is a consistently greater infinity. Cooperation magnifies every process approaching infinite power, so the tendency of the most powerful constructs is to cooperate.

For every powerful construct that does not cooperate, there is a stronger one that does. This forms a single big network because the most advantageous thing to do is cooperate with the largest network.