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 Posted: Thu Apr 18th, 2013 05:34 pm
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Well, you probably heard of binary numeral system. One that computers use at low-level. Using only 0 and 1. Ternary system is not much more different. Same goes for any numeral system. You might have heard of HEX addresses. Those are written using base-16 system. Aztec people are thought to have used base-20 system. And decimal, our most used system now is base-10. Nothing special about any of them in fact. It's just the way to present counting. Some are obviously easier to implement on hardware level. That is why binary system used there. By charging negatively and positively (having 2 states) we can represent binary system, thus enabling easy-to-implement hardware counting.

What is the value of 0? Is it truley 0 or is it 1? Why? Says Who?

In Taro zero is the Fool aka Jester aka Black Card aka Wild Card. Specifics of such a card is both inner emptiness and infinite potential, because it can represent any other card.

I am going to give you 4 absoulte truths:

Why does microscopic measurement have to be the determination of absolute truth?

Meh... It doesn't. I used it as an example that even in notion that revolves around non-locality truth is singular. Your 4 so-called truths are just playing with words. You can't juice much out of that. It's like saying that rain is made out of wet compound. Doesn't get anyone anywhere.