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Infinity Is Reached When Flows Go Places We Can't Trace

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Posted by Whittier on July 28, 2002 16:34:59 UTC

Yanniru sometimes writes interesting and
substantive posts on this forum!

You wrote:
"Such flows are always finite and the principal characteristic the delta function is its infinity at an infinitisimal point..."

All physical processes apparently are finite if
by "infinite" we mean n+1 where n is the sum of the previous n+1. But if by "infinite" we mean
"uncountability" then there may be a physical process with an "infinity"
at an "infinitesimal point" which is not zero
but has been considered zero as a "placeholder,"
as Stormcrow would say.


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