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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on June 2, 2004 13:33:37 UTC

Why can't infinities exist?Can you give me any PHYSICAL reason based on OBSERVATIONAL EVIDENCE that infinities don't exist?GR works,we have OBSERVATIONAL EVIDENCE for that.So,why don't infinities exist???
This question today is a little bit like some other issues in the physics not so long time ago.Then the people thought that space and time are absolute,there is no universal speed limit,being a particle and a wave in the same time is impossible and we can measure everything absolutely precisely.What happened with this believes in PHYSICS.

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