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Re: A Couple Infinites

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Posted by CL/">CL on September 15, 1999 02:16:16 UTC

If the number one divided by zero were infinite, then zero times infinite should be one. Therefore if you have an infinite of nothing, you end up with something and it is no longer nothing. It never was nothing and never again will be nothing. Maybe this something is the universe which came into creation instintaneously because "nothing" never existed.......Just like the photon because of it's zero mass will accelerate at a rate of 1 meter ( or any other unit of distance ) per zero second squared under a finite amount of force....( just a fancy way of saying infinite acceleration. ) This meaning that the photon never was or never will be at rest or any other speed besides c. These infinites give rise to something when it was initialy nothing thereby saying that if it is now something it could have never been nothing. kinda confusing but once you understand that i am simply saying that the minute you say nothingness it becomes instintaneously something given an infinite amount of nothing which makes perfect since. Given an infinite amount of mathematical points which are essentialy nothing but a concept; you end up with a finite distance although undefined. Nothingness times infinite gives you, say, a meter or two or a million it doesn't matter. The fact is a point is nothingness but given an infinite amount you get a finite distance. Infinite of nothing = something, simply put. There is no nothingness and never will be a nothingness again, although it's safe to say that it never was here in the first place so the use of the word "again" has no meaning.

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