Ben H.

asked • 12/01/17

If infinity is never ending, and zero is nothing. Wouldn't nothing never end?

Since zero already ended wouldn't never end? Into consideration shouldn't a new factor come into play?

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Kenneth S. answered • 12/01/17

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