Zero Quotes

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“by the time you open your eyes, the world might have already changed.”
Matsuri Hino, ヴァンパイア騎士 7

Louis Sachar
“I'm not stupid. I know everybody thinks I am. I just don't like answering their questions.”
louis sachar, Holes

Auguste Villiers de l'Isle-Adam
“My own self-consciousness cries out to me coldly: how does one love zero?”
Auguste Villiers de l'Isle-Adam, Tomorrow's Eve

Christian Parenti
“You already have zero privacy. Get over it! --Scott McNealy CEO Sun Microsystems 1999”
Christian Parenti, The Soft Cage: Surveillance in America, From Slavery to the War on Terror

Dejan Stojanovic
“With me: one minus one = one; with you: it’s zero. Here lies the only difference.”
Dejan Stojanovic, The Shape

Dejan Stojanovic
“I lose faith in mathematics, logical and rigid. What with those that even zero doesn’t accept?”
Dejan Stojanovic, The Shape

Israelmore Ayivor
“Remember, without a goal, your stamina is useless no matter how you get trained. You may defend your integrity and attack your obstacles, but when you have no target in focus, you will score many zero number of goals...”
Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes

Dejan Stojanovic
“When following God, Zero we never find.”
Dejan Stojanovic, The Sun Watches the Sun

Sherman Alexie
“I am a zero on the rez. And if you subtract zero from zero, you still have zero. So what's the point of subtracting when the answer is always the same?”
Sherman Alexie, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

“The PSR is equivalent to a generalized version of Euler’s Formula, the most important analytic formula of mathematics, which is in turn ontologically conveyed through mental, metaphysical, mathematical points (monads: eternal sinusoidal energy systems, each of which constitutes an autonomous mind). Despite what science says using the fallacies and incongruities of correspondence, the whole scientific world is in fact rooted in total coherence, in the generalized Euler Formula, the God Equation. The God Equation is ontologically conveyed not by a single eternal God, but by a myriad of eternal minds.
All of these minds considered collectively constitute “God”, and they have a net result of zero.”
Thomas Stark, Tractatus Logico-Mathematicus: How Mathematics Explains Reality

“Why is there something rather than nothing? Only because something can exist as nothing – via the mathematical capacity to express “ nothing ” in non-zero terms, e.g. e iπ + 1 = 0. In other words, wherever you see “ nothing ” (zero), you might in fact be confronting e iπ + 1 (“something” ), without knowing it. Only mathematics has this unique capacity to the ground state of the universe. The compulsory ground state of the universe is zero, the minimum value possible. There is no sufficient reason for any arbitrary non-zero number to serve as the ground state.”
Brother Abaris, The Illuminist Army

“Zero and infinity also define religion (which is just a branch of philosophy). Zero is the number of the Soul. As for the Soul’s capacity, it’s infinite (so infinity is the second number of the soul). Zero is the number of mind, of deathlessness (it’s dimensionless, so cannot be annihilated), of life itself; infinity is the number of eternity, of immortality, of endless energy, endless knowledge, endless power – of GOD. It’s time for science, religion and philosophy to be brought under one roof: mathematics. Now that defined numbers (zero and infinity) have been explicitly attached to the soul/mind, it can be treated as a respectable entity for mathematical study.”
Mike Hockney, Hyperreality

“Only one number can stake any claim to any special status, and that is zero – the origin – upon which all other numbers depend. It is the perfect balance point of all the other numbers, which is why the monad is the “container” of all other numbers, their source. There it is, slap bang in the middle of the Euler unit circle, controlling all. It’s the SOUL of the circle.”
mike hockney, The God Equation

“Euler’s Formula encapsulates the whole of existence. It contains 0, the number of the monad (ontological zero); the number e that determines exponentiation; the number i that determines the imaginary domain (time); the number 1 that determines the domain of counting numbers (and with 0 creates the binary system of computing), and real numbers (space); -1, the number of the negative domain (antimatter); and the number π that determines the world of the circle and geometry. Euler’s Formula is the unquestionable God Equation.”
Mike Hockney, The God Equation

“Feynman said, “If, in some cataclysm, all of scientific knowledge were to be destroyed, and only one sentence passed on to the next generations of creatures, what statement would contain the most information in the fewest words? In that one sentence, you will see, there is an enormous amount of information about the world, if just a little imagination and thinking are applied”

Our sentence would be: “The Monadology asserts that the fundamental units of existence are INFINITE, dimensionless, living, thinking points – monads, ZEROS, souls – each of which has INFINITE energy content, all controlled by a single equation – Euler’s Formula – and the collective energy of this universe of mathematical points creates a physical universe of which every objective value is ZERO, but, through a self-solving, self-optimizing, dialectical, evolving process, the universe generates a final, subjective value of INFINITY – divinity, perfection, the ABSOLUTE.”

For ours is the religion of zero and infinity, the two numbers that define the soul and the whole of existence. As above, so below.”
Mike Hockney, The God Equation

“A soul is immortal because it is a dimensionless monad that has no parts hence it cannot decay or perish. There is no part of it that can break down. An unextended entity is, as Descartes said, a thinking entity. It thinks eternally. That’s exactly what a soul is: an immortal thinking system. A soul has eternal energy because its overall energy is ZERO. It can never run out of energy since there’s no resultant energy to run out of. In any case, energy can be neither created nor destroyed, so any energy in the monadic ensemble can never be lost. Moreover, the extremely strict laws of energy conservation require that all monads permanently have a perfect balance of energy, i.e. zero. Life is eternal, dimensionless, thinking energy that is balanced between positive and negative energy, real and imaginary and always stays at zero. A soul is mathematically guaranteed. It is an absolute product of mathematics, and can be defined only mathematically. There is no such thing as a soul without mathematics. Mathematics is keeping you alive and keeping you thinking, and it will do so FOREVER. You owe everything to mathematics.”
Mike Hockney

“A soul is immortal because it is a dimensionless monad that has no parts hence it cannot decay or perish. There is no part of it that can break down. An unextended entity is, as Descartes said, a thinking entity. It thinks eternally. That’s exactly what a soul is: an immortal thinking system. A soul has eternal energy because its overall energy is ZERO. It can never run out of energy since there’s no resultant energy to run out of. In any case, energy can be neither created nor destroyed, so any energy in the monadic ensemble can never be lost. Moreover, the extremely strict laws of energy conservation require that all monads permanently have a perfect balance of energy, i.e. zero. Life is eternal, dimensionless, thinking energy that is balanced between positive and negative energy, real and imaginary and always stays at zero. A soul is mathematically guaranteed. It is an absolute product of mathematics, and can be defined only mathematically. There is no such thing as a soul without mathematics. Mathematics is keeping you alive and keeping you thinking, and it will do so FOREVER. You owe everything to mathematics.”
Mike Hockney, The God Secret

“If you want to understand existence, just consider the Big Bang Singularity itself. Leave aside all other considerations. The Big Bang Singularity is beyond the scope of science. It can never be explained within the materialist, empiricist Meta Paradigm of mainstream science. The Big Bang Singularity is a wholly mathematical object completely defined by just two numbers: zero and infinity. In those two numbers (which are the flip side of each other) lies the only conceivable explanation of everything.”
Mike Hockney, The God Secret

“We always talk about the incredible relationship between zero and infinity. It’s Euler’s Formula that controls this relationship ontologically. You can have infinite things that are completely different and unique and yet are all exactly the same – ZERO. Every Euler circle, with its different Euler numbers and different energy characteristics, is, at one and the same time just zero energy because all the different elements ALWAYS cancel to zero. This is simply breathtaking. Only mathematics can deliver this and, in particular, only Euler’s Formula. That’s why it’s the all-controlling God Equation.”
Mike Hockney, Hyperreason

“Define yourself. Create yourself. Choose Life. Choose Immortality. Choose Divinity. Choose zero and infinity, and a dialectical process that converts potential into actualization.”
Mike Hockney, Hyperreason

“Infinity itself may constitute a strange loop, i.e. as you get further and further from zero, you unexpectedly end up right back at zero. When people talk of infinity, they invariably say that you can always add “1” to a number to get a larger number. But imagine that you add “1” and unexpectedly find yourself back at zero. In that case, infinity is actually a “bounded infinity.”
Mike Hockney, The Mathematical Universe

“Math is nothing – eternally structured, dynamic nothingness. Why does anything exist? Because it’s a special type of nothing – mathematical nothing. It needs nothing, expends nothing, and nothing can stop it, and that’s exactly why it can endure forever. There is only one perfect perpetual motion machine: mathematical nothingness, which is also everything.”
Mike Hockney, Causation and the Principle of Sufficient Reason

“The mathematical ontological arguments proceeds as follows: nothing can prevent nothing; nothing has no requirements; nothing, uniquely, endures forever; nothing is indestructible. A universe of nothings must exist. However, a universe of nothings with no
properties is actually a universe of nothing at all, i.e. a universe of non-existence. Why, then, does anything exist? Why is there something (existence) rather than nothing at all (non-existence)? There is only one conceivable answer. A something can exist only
when it is nothing. However, it is not nothing with no properties, but nothing with one essential property: its components balance to exactly nothing.”
Mike Hockney, Science's War On Reason

“Consider Euler’s identity: eiπ + 1 = 0. Here we have the exact situation where a something – the expression on the left – is exactly equal to zero (nothing). The expression on the left is not nonexistence. It has properties, capacities, potentialities, the ability to interact with others of its kind, indeed, to contribute to the entire infinite system of mathematics, which, in the end, reduces to nothing but a set of infinite tautologies expressing 0 = 0. Since we know that eiπ + 1 = 0, we can substitute 0 for eiπ + 1, leaving 0 = 0. So, here we have something whose essence is to exist and yet be nothing. This is true of the whole of ontological mathematics, and it’s the only system of which this is true, hence it’s the only true system.”
Mike Hockney, Science's War On Reason

James Patterson
“Zero.”
James Patterson, Three Women Disappear: With Bonus Novel Come and Get Us
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“Why is there something rather than nothing?” was the supremely profound question posed by Leibniz. The answer is that there is something and nothing – they are two sides of the same coin, two perspectives of the same thing. Zero, ontologically, is also infinity. It contains infinite elements that all balance each other out (they sum to zero). Zero and infinity cannot be found separately. Where you get “nothing” you always get “everything too”. They are inseparable twins. So, Leibniz answered his own question with the most consummate skill. A new question replaced it: “Why are something and nothing the same?” And the answer is that it’s because zero and infinity are the same: two sides of one coin.”
Mark Romel, Strange World: Why People Are Getting Weirder

“It is correct to note that the initial stage of cosmic inflation was incredibly smooth and orderly pointing to an initial state of zero or near-zero entropy. It is even more correct to note that self moved itself so not to be by itself and this for the purpose so self could experience companionship, friendship, love. Hence why zero became zorro. Meaning? Self masks as in veils itself so not to be by itself with the purpose of self being love. Very true. Truly simple. The purpose of self is love.”
Wald Wassermann

“When it comes to zero-point energy, i for one say 'zero is self' not wanting to be by itself hence why self fluctuates itself. Self fluctuates itself so not to be by itself. Self fluctuates itself so to embrace itself. Self fluctuates itself so to experience companionship oneself. Self fluctuates itself so to experience friendship oneself. Self fluctuates itself so to experience love oneself. What it means is that, irrelevant of time, all that is here is self and that the purpose of self is love.”
Wald Wassermann

“He turned into a bonfire
the moment I intervened in his personal space for his good
Equating his respect for my concern about him to zero.”
Spriha Kant

“DO NOT GIVE UP EVEN IF YOUR LIFE IS COMPLETELY ZERO, BECAUSE YOU HAVE THE POWER TO WRITE NUMBERS IN FRONT OF THAT ZERO.”
SACHIN RAMDAS BHARATIYA

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