All I was saying is division, in general, does not always correspond to something we can demonstrate in reality. For example, 1 divided by a half equals 2. If I have one apple and divide it by 1/2 a second will materialize out of the void. I would pay a $1 to see that trick.

I know how division works, because I memorized the rules and was even an honorary mathematician in my day. But still, the operation makes no sense when applied to a reality situation where you need to actually make things. It sort of implies a type of perpetual motion operation, where a transformation operation can pull substance out of of the void, and make this extra appear in reality.

In the miracle of feeding the crowd, with only a single basket full of fish and bread, a math division operation, using a fraction based on the number of people present, would do what is needed. Jesus did not violate the math operation but ended with the exact result we would calculate. Sort of weird isn't it. The math geeks of the days would not be able to refute since they say the same thing is possible. There is a little religions mystery in math.

The way I see it, even though some operations of math, such as division by a fraction, cannot be demonstrate with an experiment, it can still have practical value. It is often used in applied and practical science, to make things appear in reality that are not yet in reality, but which need human interaction so it can become manifest. This pulling our of the void, via fractional division might be helpful in terms of making a skyscraper, since natural laws and statics may not be enough for it to just appear. It will need the perpetual motion feature of the math. We need to go into the void (imagination) to get that extra stuff.

Without getting defensive, maybe someone can explain how you can physically divide something by 1/2 and get two apples from one apple? If you can't, how does including this perpetual motion procedure, impact equations about reality? Does it add an element of pixie dust ?

If we look at 0/0 since we a dividing by a tiny fraction approaching zero, we would get an infinite number of zeros, just like we would get two apples if we divided one by 1/2. If add all those infinite zeros, we would get zero.

The only way that 0/0 would not add up to zero, would be if the two apples we get by dividing one apple by half, are not the same as the original apple. The process of duplication within the void, appear to create a tiny positive change in each of the two final apples. It must be very small since it only adds up when we get an infinite number of zeros to make it stand out.

This choice for 0/0 equals infinity does give us, some additional insight into one of the first perpetual motion machines of math. Again it still has practical value, but in the world of separation of church and state minutia, this could be violation, since it assume something that is not possible in reality with experiment, yet still appears to work when applied to practical situations.