Where is infinity?

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posted on Oct, 10 2012 @ 07:47 PM
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And the evidence is clear that Space does not act like an empty vacuum. Man has always observed, for example, that Space will generate waves of energy when excited by a source, because we can see the waves of energy as light reflecting off objects in the universe. Waves do not form in an empty vacuum. And in the last century we learned that Space vibrates when excited by a radio transmitter, because we can detect the vibrations with a radio receiver. An empty vacuum will not vibrate. So we have evidence that Space does not act like an empty vacuum. The substance that makes up Space is seething with waves and vibrations created by both man and nature.

And we have evidence that Space is strongly distorted in the presence of a magnetized mass or an electric current where all electrons are aligned. Every school child has traced the strong distortions with iron filings sprinkled on a piece of paper held near a magnet or a hot electric wire. And we now have experimental evidence that space is weakly distorted in the presence of a large mass like the sun, even though its electrons are not aligned, because scientists have seen starlight bend when passing through the distortion of space near our sun during an eclipse. And Space is literally full of distortions that planets and suns and entire swirling galaxies trace as they orbit themselves and nearby objects in Space. So Space is no empty vacuum because only a substance can produce waves, vibrations and distortions.
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It’s my view, once physical science sheds the magical thinking of cosmology and bases its assumptions on the laws of thermodynamics, the accumulated evidence concerning the nature of Space, and the predictions of quantum mechanics to factor-in Space as a sea of infinite energy instead of zero or an empty vacuum, mathematicians will quickly consolidate cosmic physics and quantum physics into a “Theory of Everything,” and put us on the road to discovering how to manipulate the infinite energy of Space to work for mankind. The only question that will be left, Smarty Pants, is where did the sea of infinite energy called Space come from?


When one deep thinks on infinity, there is not only no measurement possible and no time, but also, if we were in a finite system, it would have a beginning and an ending, and have already passed.




posted on Oct, 10 2012 @ 08:23 PM
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It would help to provide the thread some definition of what infinity is not.

If infinity were a pie, and you made slices out of it, the pieces would be absolute reality. Put all the slices back together again and all the absolute pieces would reconstitute infinity.


Human consciousness does not have the capacity to exalt absolutes. Finite consciousness may embrace the concept of infinity, but it also must recognize that infinity is beyond the comprehension of finite expressions of actuality.

The easiest way to understand these different comprehension levels of reality is allow them to exist as segregated moments existing all at once. Only those existing who comprehend infinity can do so and they are segregated from time and space.

Einstein attempted to include mathematically the possibility of absolutes. He later decided they did not exist in relativity, but he hinted at the possibility that they lay outside of the relative time-space experience which in turn suggests they are indeed segregated and apart from the conceptual capacity of we finite beings.

Infinity itself exists but it never was meant to be experienced from out locality. If we would recognize that the term “experience” suggests some type if linerarity, and that infinity is all moments fulfilled at once, then we may glimpse that experience and the at one-ment in infinity are not capable of co-existing with what we are.

Then where is infinity?

Segregated where there is a place where no time and no space impinge upon the Absolutes of reality.



posted on Oct, 10 2012 @ 08:43 PM
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Infinity is merely a concept, like zero (can't have something of nothing, therefore it's merely a concept -- a lack of something tangible) and imaginary numbers.



posted on Oct, 10 2012 @ 08:47 PM
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Intuitively it seems there might be an entropic limit to the physical universe. Scientists claim we only need 62 digits of pi to describe the visible universe. If there are larger or smaller structures that aren't simple clones then maybe we need something a little closer to the mathematical infinity. Actually it could just as likely turn out that some of the spooky quantum entanglement we observe provides an illusory expansion so the universe actually contains less entropy.
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posted on Oct, 10 2012 @ 08:53 PM
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Originally posted by LesMisanthrope
The only thing I could label infinite is human credulity.




You and Albert Einstein


"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former."



posted on Oct, 10 2012 @ 09:15 PM
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Infinity isn't a number. It's just a symbol to illustrate the idea that you keep on going and going and going and going and going and going and going and going... you get the idea.

That's what my professor tells me anyway.



posted on Oct, 10 2012 @ 10:07 PM
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It’s over there…… no, no, keep going you will find it – ok, I will tell you when to stop.

Ok, you may have to swim for a bit, but just keep going.

When you can't see anything, you can stop.

Further, further..... can you still hear me?

Mickierocksman
edit on 10/10/2012 by Mickierocksman because: Needed to sneeze......



posted on Oct, 11 2012 @ 05:58 AM
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Infinity is NOW it is time and space.

It is a "where" and a "when" and the answer is now.
From now - all things - even past and future...



posted on Oct, 11 2012 @ 06:01 AM
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Infinity is NOW it is time and space.

It is a "where" and a "when" and the answer is now.
From now - all things - even past and future...


i visualize it like that. Its not an easy concept for the mind to cope with. The fusion of life with infinitty now theres a challenge.





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