0.0001
0.0001 is a number that is almost 0.0002, but not quite 0.0000.
Calculating 0.0001[edit | edit source]
0.0001 is the nerd of the number community - it's really smart but very insecure and no one really wants to hang out with it. As a result, scientists have devised various alternatives to 0.0001. The easiest is to divide by 0 and then un-divide by zero to end up with the same number j00 started with. You could also use 0.1 as a starter then divide by a million, un-divide by a thousand then re-divide by 100,000 and un-re-divide by 400 billion - which will leave you with 0.0001.
0.0001 in t3h m3d1a[edit | edit source]
In the media, 0.0001 is frequently referenced in TV, movies, newspapers, books, magazines and... umm, something else. There are too many references to list here.^{[citration needed]}
In other news[edit | edit source]
0.0001 is taking over the world Quick - grab another number, preferably with a decimal point, 8.13492 is a good one - and hide behind it for when 0.0001 attacks, it shall be merciful to all except the other numbers.
Yes.
Property as numbers.[edit | edit source]
Uhh... it uses for calculating How many years will it take to some species other than humans will conquer the earth?
See also[edit | edit source]
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