a reply to:
Kashai
... = infinity
countable infinity:
1, 2, 3, 4, ...
uncountable infinity:
00000000000000 ... 1
What determined each set as countable or uncountable is where they were determined infinite. Had the countable set been determined infinite before 1
was determined, it would be the same set as uncountable, thus the answer begins and ends with the concept, as even 'to measure' must be measured out
...
We need will, measure of will, and solution of measure of will, like so: (think sets within sets)
philosophy
[[[ concepts ] conception of ] infinite [ conception of [ concepts]]]
math
[[[ solutions ] measurements of ] functions [ measurements of [ solutions]]]
spiritual
[[[ bodies] translations of ] will [ translations of [bodies]]]
[[[ body ] soul ] spirit [ soul [ body]]]
[[[ son ] father ] holy spirit [ father [ son]]]
physics
[[[quanta] quantizations of ] spacetime [quantizations of [quanta]]]
Notice the direction of the brackets (the beginning and the end are the image of what has been determined). The solution is within the measurement and
both the measurement and solution are within infinity
and vice versa. Like how a calculator has a pseudo-infinite number and function set
within it that can be measured to produce a solution, where the solution is more the product of the measurement than it is the product of the infinite
number set. (1+1 measures infinity and produces 2. So 2 is more the image of the measurement than it is the image of infinity. The measurement
purposes, or determines, infinity.)
I think we should look at these words as being equal: measured, translated, quantized, conceived, and determined.
[[[will [ translations of [bodies]]]
[[[My will [was to translate [these words.]]] These words are the translation of my will.
Translation must determine to produce a solution.
edit on 4/22/2016 by Bleeeeep because: (no reason given)