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Infinity does not exist

in Physics Fri Feb 10, 2012 7:36 am
by Isaacasaurus • 23 Posts

Either matter or force make up the universe there is no such thing as a void. So if anything was infinite it would replace the universe.
And if there was a void and it was infinite there would be no universe.

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RE: Infinity does not exist

in Physics Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:13 pm
by Mattking rex • 26 Posts

Zitat von Isaacasaurus
Either matter or force make up the universe there is no such thing as a void. So if anything was infinite it would replace the universe.
And if there was a void and it was infinite there would be no universe.



Thats cause its beyond our universe, is it is true it does not exist in our universe. However, it does exist on a grand scale; evidence math.

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RE: Infinity does not exist

in Physics Fri Feb 10, 2012 9:00 pm
by Isaacasaurus • 23 Posts

Math is like a chart, it only reflects illusion to hypothetical ideas. And there is no beyond, this universe is (dare I say it) all there is!

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RE: Infinity does not exist

in Physics Fri Feb 10, 2012 9:22 pm
by Mattking rex • 26 Posts

Zitat von Isaacasaurus
Math is like a chart, it only reflects illusion to hypothetical ideas. And there is no beyond, this universe is (dare I say it) all there is!



Yeah but that cause this is our universe the only things that exist in it are things that are inside it. In technical terms infinity both exists and doesn't exist which is one of the several things we can't comprehend, zero and infinity. Infinity is a phenomena that occurs were things happen continously; Becuase you can't reach zero, you infinitly reach towards it which is then were rounding takes place. Because infinity is a phenomena, by definition it does exist, however it doesn't exist in any shape or form.

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RE: Infinity does not exist

in Physics Fri Feb 10, 2012 9:53 pm
by Isaacasaurus • 23 Posts

Zero, and infinity are a creation of the mind of man, there is nothing to comprehend. There is enough factual things about the universe for us to learn about, without prefabricated theoretical barriers cluttering the learning process. And by that I mean mans theoretical ideas at the boundaries of our present knowledge.
It appears that mans intelligence at the moment requires an answer before all the facts can be gathered in. And these answers are worked out by theory and mathematical equations. (and charts). 99% of them are wrong and slow the factual gathering of knowledge.
These answers include:
Big bang
Magic
Randomness
Time (particularly the reversal of)
Speed of light (and at the same time, Instantaneity?)
Religion
To name but a few!

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RE: Infinity does not exist

in Physics Fri Feb 10, 2012 10:21 pm
by Mattking rex • 26 Posts

Zitat von Isaacasaurus
Zero, and infinity are a creation of the mind of man, there is nothing to comprehend. There is enough factual things about the universe for us to learn about, without prefabricated theoretical barriers cluttering the learning process. And by that I mean mans theoretical ideas at the boundaries of our present knowledge.
It appears that mans intelligence at the moment requires an answer before all the facts can be gathered in. And these answers are worked out by theory and mathematical equations. (and charts). 99% of them are wrong and slow the factual gathering of knowledge.
These answers include:
Big bang
Magic
Randomness
Time (particularly the reversal of)
Speed of light (and at the same time, Instantaneity?)
Religion
To name but a few!



Then there is no point in arguing, good by :)

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