Lets assume, that we can have an equation that is equal to infinity: x <= infinity
We can then agree that obviously "infinity = infinity".
Now let us observe that if you were to add 1 to infinity, well, you'd still have infinity, since we're just dealing with an infinitly large number.
So now we're at "infinity = infinity + 1", which seems all well and good since we know infinity + 1 is still infinity.
Now, what if we were to subtract infinity from each side of that equation:
"infinity - infinity = infinity + 1 - infinity = 1"
Well congratulations, you've just proved that "0 = 1" we can now prove just about anything.
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