Hey, I'm new here. I wanted to ask a question about infinity - I've been playing with something in my mind.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If you define infinity as a number that is greater than all numbers except itself, and negative infinity as a number that is less than all numbers except itself...

Couldn't both infinity and negative infinity be two "aspects" of an unsigned number - some kind of inverse zero, where:

For zero:

All negative numbers < 0 < All positive numbers

For "inverse zero"

All positive numbers < "Inverse Zero" < All negative numbers

It's probably just a crackpot idea...can someone show me if this is even remotely possible or not?

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