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Re:Re: Absolute Infinity, Truth, And God

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Posted by Solli F. on February 9, 2000 17:07:36 UTC

: Maybe I used the wrong word "absolute infinity" to describe the highest order of infinity. Maybe I should have said that truth was infinite to the highest degree. The absolute "void" (or space) itself would infinite to the highest degree as well since any subsection of it could be mathematically visualized as an infinite number of points and so on ad infinitum. I get the impression that some of you think that the absolute void is God. And what about the idea that everything around us is at the center of every subatomic particle, the highest order of infinity of Absolute Space (or God) at the center of every mathematical point (or physically speaking, every subatomic particle? Any feedback?

Simplify. Please.

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