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There is no way of halfing infinity, and there is no center, its endlessness in every direction, inner and outer, up, down and all around. You cannot put a dot anywhere on the infinite line, fractal, and take a measurement, for the same infinity surrounds it endlessly wherever you move the dot.
Originally posted by DJW001
reply to post by Unity_99
There is no way of halfing infinity, and there is no center, its endlessness in every direction, inner and outer, up, down and all around. You cannot put a dot anywhere on the infinite line, fractal, and take a measurement, for the same infinity surrounds it endlessly wherever you move the dot.
For once, you are the most reasonable poster on a thread. Have a star!
Originally posted by SpearMint
But half of an infinite number is also infinite, meaning half of infinity is impossible. Am I missing something?
Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
Infinity is a interesting subject.
Here are some interesting properties about infinity:
Infinity + 1 = Infinity
Infinity - Infinity = undefined
Infinity + Infinity = Infinity
If you take all the even numbers in a set of infinity and lets call it Infinity(e) and compare it to infinity what is the result:
Infinity(e) = Infinity
Seems weird huh...? No, the even numbers2,4,6,7 are actually infinite in number so therefore equal to infinity