1. we know that the smaller the fraction we divide the bigger the outcome(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1/0.5=2

1/025=4

i know that you are not supposed to divide by zero, because it messes up everything

but according to the first rule wouldnt it mean that 1/0=infinity

(i know it doesnt work if you reverse it, but please wait)

so the universe started from nothing/0, so if 0/0=infinity wouldnt that explain a lot, but how can you physically divide by zero?

if this theory stands, then wouldnt it mean that the universe can be destoyed and created by a black hole, since its 0.

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# Divide by zero

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