Un=T+nT
nT= I+T+X
Un=T+(I+T+X)


I : Being
T : Thought
X : Strictly different than 0 & T (can be written : I+T < I+T+X ) where T « can » be equal to 0
An important key is the reflection between the forumla Un=T+nT and I=I where the latest lacked the idea of an additional equal term different than 0 for the latest.


We could write it like this :
Un=I+T
Un=T+(I+T+X)
I+T=T+(I+T+X)
if T=0
Un=I


so

I=I+X
X is a thought (T) but unlike T it can never be equal to 0

X≥ T only if X≠ 0


Which leads us to X > T if T=0 OR X≥ T if T>0


Its only condition is to have a prior term « T » even if this one is equal to 0.

X will be the « n » Terms following T that is strictly greater than 0.
Void or « I » is an impossibility because another term will always follows it even if this term is the void.


T has no conditions but by its very definition, allows the set of the term I plus something even if something is empty.

With this rule we can create a two, I+T where one is equal to 0 and the other imply that it is equal to 0 only if it’s equal to I (Un=I)