LOL. Right you are. Like I say I'm new around these parts. But it's still the case that math and physics are different subjects, even though "everything is related" and "all is one" as you say. There are no zero-dimensional points in the physical universe, but there are in math. If you and I can't agree on that then we will make no progress. When you ask how the circumference of a circle can exist yet have no area; the answer is that in math it can and in the physical world there's no such thing as a dimensionless circle having no thickness.