Discussion in 'IntroSpectrum' started by GaLaTeA, Mar 6, 2013.
Damn I didn't log on here to learn things...
You're not serious, right? Tell me you're not serious.
The idea that "if infinity comes back to the same point infinite times over" is a gross misinterpretation of what exactly infinity means. Infinity is endless, without limits. It does not in any way shape or form means that all things must come to pass.
For example. If you take the number .999 and make those 9's to infinity you get .999_
Coincidently, infinity is still finite in this sense because .999=1, but it's not patently absurd to say that .999=Every universe existing all at the same time.
Could be, but observing infinite space is impossible Infinite in a math similie goes both - and + so defining it by decimals probably won't do it justice. To me 9.999 defines an infinite sequence which does not end at 1.00 but continues expansion in this theory. Which also means that 1.0 has to be crossed out in the scope of infinity as it is a finite number. You're only trying to define sections observeable in "the middle of infinity" as infinity encompasses everything.
With 1 and 9.999 you can subtract and add.
With infinity no matter what you do it stays infinite, back to square 1.
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