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WARNING: Do not show this to scientists or mathematicians, they get upset :D
0 is technically not a number, it's a call to an infinite loop in the Matrix source code.
There cannot be 0 units of anything as those units don't exist then (there are no units).
So, by it's own definition 0 is "nothing"
But by giving "nothing" a name, we make it something.
Therefore "nothing" is not nothing, but rather something.
But then an absence of something and nothing (ie absence of everything) is what?
Well, that absence is... nothing [GOTO Logic]
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