in reply to The best "true zero" is...
to describe true zero utilizing computer binary code processed into the form of black font, is to defeat the purpose of materializing nothing. The though of zero is the manifestiotion of more than zero, therefor to ask people to represent zero is to ask them to edify a sum higher than the topic thereof. It is for this reason that zero was the lack of thought dwelling in the depths of conciosness before my brain processed your question posted in this thread, assuming that I was lost in the though of oblivion, in which case a sum greater than 0 consisted therein. This is all based on the theory that the mind is a product of geneticly stored data in cell memory, and the enviornment surrounding hosts while expanding creates their thought patterns. Nothing is nothing is somthing because you are processing it.