So, the birds come to the local sumac bush, chitter, chitter, cheep cheep, chirp…
I dunno. Does this look random?
There would be no absence. And it’s not just the sumacs. The same applies with these yellow dock seeds, catching the sun and using its heat to sink themselves through the snow to the warm ground beneath.
Zero is vastly important in mathematics, for sure, but what if there were an alternate mathematics, that it obscures, one without zero, like this:
It might be that, just like literacy, the invention of zero opened doors but closed others. I remember very well the world before I learned how to read. It was not like the one full of written words. I love written words, but I love that one, too, and I love this:
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