posted on Jun, 16 2004 @ 06:35 PM
Hi All!
Will try again to provide insights how the transfinite is connected to zero (0) and one (1), i.e., what physicists mean if they say "infinite" or
"nothing", "vacuum":
Draw an "infinite" line and chose an arbitrary distance on it marking these points with 0 and 1.
...______0________________1_________....
Now draw a semicircle onto this line with center-point in the middle of 0 and 1.
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...______0________________1_________....
How many points are on this finite part of the "infinite" line between 0 and 1?
How many points are on the "infinite" line?
The number of points of the finite part of the "infinite" line are EQUAL to the "infinite" line. (just connect each point of the semi-circle with
the "infinite" line)
And ALL "infinite" points are EQUAL to 1... (just connect the center point with the semi-circle and the "infinite" line)
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...______0________________1_________....
Accordingly, QUESTION is not "infinite", "zero", or "1", but what we mean if we say "infinite", "zero", or "1"...
Illustrated details still available at ty@AhlAlBait.com
Continued kind regards, T.Y.