Why you can’t divide by zero?
Um, yeah, well, I think y’all can divide ‘zero’ into a nothing within a singularity construct.
Though ‘zero’ is nothing, by its very ‘existence’, ‘zero’ is within a singularity. Therefore, zero equals one.
Likewise, two plus two equals five.
How, Flynn? Are you joking? That’s insane! You’re insane! Your schooling failed you miserably! Failed and failure!
Sorry, you brainwashed morons, but my English is bad and a lengthy explanation would be limited to grunts and groans.
Anyway, though the ‘left’ side of the equation adds up to four, taking the ‘four’ within an existence adds to a singularity, or one. Therefore, the ‘right’ side of the equation can add up to five.
See? I’m smart!