The Universe in an Hourglass: A Time for Everything
Single ones are the building blocks for numbers and sequences in every counting system. Larger
numbers were created to distinguish one number from another because they all looked the same (single
ones). For example , the number ten is used to represent ten ones (1111111111). All numbers of value
are created from single digits. Underneath those building blocks is the unshakable foundation that a ll
numbers, infinity sequences, and their symbols emerged from (one and zero).
The number one and the placeholder zero will va lidate the Universa l Truth as well as show how
they are the foundation for every number, every mathematica l equation and all infinity sequences.
All numbers of va lue are created from single ones. Zero is the placeholder signifying no va lue as
shown be low.
Before zero was introduced as a placeholder, an empty space was sometimes used to represent it,
mainly because the Universal Truth is the unbreakable and inescapable fact. If there is one , then there
has to be the other. When adding zero to the number one , the mathe matical answer appears to be only
one, shown be low. When the one is taken away, the zero is reveale d.
The mathematica l equations above go together like two sides of a coin. Together they equa l valuable
understanding. Trying to separate two sides of a coin shatters credibility. Is what the child learns
sometimes forgotten as an adult? There canâ€Ÿt be one without the other; outside of perception, the
question would not exist if the answer did not. The mat hematica l equations (0 + 1 = 1 and 1 - 1 = 0) are
the foundation upon which a ll mathematical equations rest. Likewise, one and zero are the foundation
upon which a ll other numbers were built. The number one and the placeholder zero are all that are
needed to create all other numbers. Numbers can be used universally to represent a ll e lse. All numbers
were created from single ones, and that, in itse lf, is inescapable proof of zero's existence.
Zero is not absolute zero; it simply represents the truth that there is absolute zero. A single one
represents the truth that there is the cumulation of all single ones, i.e., the largest one. Single ones
perpetua lly combine to create the largest one. The largest one and absolute zero are everything when it
comes to numbers. All other numbers within them were made in the ir image.
The process of infinity occurs within the parameters set by absolute zero and one hundred percent of