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Zero most powerful quantity in the unvierse

  1. May 14, 2003 #1
    Hey dudes, quick question i have a paper due on Friday about zero, and i have some ok stuff about zero. I looked at the recent to the power of zero thread, and i am going to use that example in my paper. However when i try to use the search feature on this site it says there are no matches to zero or 0....

    So if you could possibly post maybe a link to some threads in here about zero i'd really appreciate it :)

    Didn't find anything useful on google either. I am doin a paper about Zero, how it is the most powerful quantity in the unvierse. So any proofs on it woudl be wickedly appreciated :D

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  3. May 14, 2003 #2
    The most powerful quantity in the universe? I think you're going to have some trouble proving that. Although it is indeed totally an opinion.
  4. May 14, 2003 #3
    Its philosophy :P
  5. May 14, 2003 #4
    Re: Zero

    A search for zer* works, the o is a wildcard, weird how zero doesn't return anything, even Zero is a member, so you would think all references to him would show up...hope I helped.:smile:
  6. May 15, 2003 #5
    A book called Zero should help you if you can find it soon enough.
  7. May 15, 2003 #6
    I did :D
    On my seventh page. You know i just realized, i wrote seven pages about nothing...........
    Now that insane
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