You know why that reminds me about the quantium gravity question? Because they can be both classified as divide by zero 'errors'.. Only in the case of QG, the tensor division result was interpreted to mean to approch , -infinate- gravity as the distance to the black hole got smaller and smaller... So, if we do the substitutions that the QG mathameticians did, an "infinite" judgements reward is possible... [Lolz - not bad for a collection of putz's that cant do math well, deliberately.... XD ..... ]
The other day, I was working at my home office translating a patent application that had been made to the USPTO. The application had been made by a major global manufacturer.
At one point, the specification stated that the ratio of two certain values was 0 : 0.3.
I checked the drawings to see what sort of mistake had been made, and the drawings said the same.
0 : 0.3.
I called in my high-school son, who is a whiz at advanced math, and we both stared dumfounded at this piece of "wisdom" that no doubt a patent examiner was also scratching his head over.