Although negative numbers were not accepted by mathematicians until the 1600s, negative infinity is logically implied by the existence of Hell as described frequently in the Gospels.
Not only does he believe that negative infinity is a concept first described in the Bible and related to hell, he also believes it's a number. I knew Andy was bad at math, but he's really, really bad at math in a special sort of way.
negative numbers were not accepted by mathematicians until the 1600s
This is only for mathematicians in Europe. Chinese and Indian mathematicians had already been using them before the 1600s.
Wouldn't 'positive' infinity and 'negative' infinity compromise only half of infinity each? Together they would be true infinite infinity.
I know you're probably just joking around but this doesn't make any sense.
while infinitesimally small
If it had a weight it wouldn't be infinitesimally small.
Here is an answer to that on the physics stack exchange.
It seems it would depend on how the magnetic domains on a disk interact with their neighbors, and each bit is stored as a pair of magnetic domains. Basically, what it comes down to is that something like (a one)
has more potential energy than a configuration like (a zero)
so when you take mass-energy equivalence into account, the top configuration must be more massive.
Note: The bar magnet diagrams don't look right in mobile view.