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Zumber-Theory: Three dimensional Numbers


Main assumptions are Prime Numbers are Three Dimensional [Volumetric] and seventeen is the floor of infinity.

Below Seventeen [17] is where two and three dimensional numbers differ due to several conventions about the local Zero location.

eg. Zero does not exist in 3D numbers as it is everywhere; while 2D numbers default to a zero origin.

ZERO and its several Conventions

  1. A "Nothing" Literal
  2. No remainder
  3. Middle of one and minus one
  4. Finished/Done
  5. Start
  6. Bottom | Floor
  7. Amount
  8. Origin
  9. NULL
  10. Empty
  11. Limit
  12. OFF
  13. Binary State
  14. Expire
  15. Missing
  16. Filler