reply to post by NorEaster
This, however, was proven to not be true when Max Planck determined that this infinite scale gradient can't possibly exist, since if it did exist,
then the electron orbits could never maintain their uniformity, and material existence could never progress from the simplest orbital structure of one
If your basing Infinity on Planck, good luck with that. There is much more to the picture that you may eed to add before you make your conclusions.
FOr example in Bose/Einstein condensate when carbon atoms are brought down to as close to absolute zero coldness, they eventually transform from atoms
to strings and then are in a quantum state where they are everywhere and nowhere at the same time. Such a state itself can be Infinite and
Add to that George Cantor, as I will quote from my signature. The man single handedly gave the world Infinite Math, which he was scoffed and laughed
at by his peers at the time, but now is a fundamental part of mathematics. I would go so far as to say that he even gave mathematical proof for a real
existence of Infinity. Sadly it lad to him having eventual psychosis and having to go into an institution. WHy? Because I think the man actaully
experienced Infinity and it just completed destroyed him.
"What surpasses all that is finite and transfinite is no 'Genus'; it is the single, completely individual unity in which everything is included, which
includes the Absolute, incomprehensible to the human understanding." georg cantor mathematician
Then we have the world's smartest man with the highest IQ who basically dropped a theory, w maths and all to prove God and Infinity to exist and is
saying that its untrumpable and so far nobody has dared try to refute it:
God Theory by world's smartest man
So your saying your theory is untouchable, w/ no infinity, but this man, World's smartest, is saying there is an Infinity and that his theory is
untouchable. Someone's gonna have to lose this one.
Logic isn't invented by people. It's recognized as existent by people. You can dismiss it, but it doesn't change the fact that it lays the
sub-structure for everything that exists as real.
Is art and what defines it being good, logical? Is love logical? I think logic lays the sub-structure for labels, knowledge, limits, and confines. But
there are realities, that can be experienced, that are undefinable and transcend logic. On that note, it may bring trouble to your theory if your
theory revolves around logic as the basis for everything.
Check out Peter Kingsley. He's got a few books about ancient Philosophers Empodocles and Parminides who pre-dated socrates and basically prove
Logically that Everything is a Oneness.
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