Right now the "official" definition of the Reddye Number (-∞‽) is: "the most all encompassing real thing possible where everything is Zero Cuils from each other." Most of the threads discussing the Reddye Number seem to have similar views. I thought about this for a few minutes and tried to envision what the Universe might look like at the Reddye Number, and this is the closest I could come up with:
For ‽<0. As the number of cuils in a situation decreases, the number of possible objects and events decrease as well. Therefore, when the number of cuils is negative infinity, the Universe is reduced to a single point.
Does that sound right to anyone? Have any corrections? Care to discuss?