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    Well?

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    light cones perpetually expand. Microcosm has infinite energy based on the lower microcosms. Divide and multiply until infinity; until you hit a "wall". The wall for the microcosm is the "big bang". The wall for the microcosm is the expanding microwave wall. But for this universe to exist there would have to be other simmilar enities on the same dimension outside these micro and macrocosmic walls to structure this universe. There is evidence that things inside this universe are being pulled to one side of the universe, hinting that there is another universe outside this univer getting closer making the inner workings of this current univer gravitate towards that side of the wall. The physics of a none physical pshere will prove there is no center. Projection geometry proves it. I forget the name of the operation bbut basicly absolute nothing ness= absolute everything. It's the same quanitiy, just different direction ie: - and +
    1+1=3 OMFG

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    Divide by 0. Short answer, yes. You can multiply any number by 0 and still get zero. And you can divide any number by 0 and get an infinite piece of +/- ∞, an undefined piece, or cannot compute piece.

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    I think there's an edge to this universe. I think we're living inside a singularity.

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    I'll make it easy without getting too in depth. No, infinity does not exist within the realm that we [the human race] has been cast into.

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    Stupidity is infinite.

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    No.

    There's a huge difference between the concept being descriptively useful and actual things existing in infinite amounts.

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    Well, the concept exists. I don't think an infinity of things exist. Possibly time is infinite. I'm out of my depth.

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    I believe that non-rational perceptions exist for as long as you perceive them. Infinity is like God or Love existing only as long as it is felt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    Well?
    Yes. And no. It depends on what kind of infinity you are talking about. Mostly "yes" though.

    The only type of infinity which does not exist is something you require to be discovered by science. Science only studies that which can be measured. Infinite things cannot be measured by definition.
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