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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on February 1, 2001 01:48:42 UTC

any point in an "infinite" universe, such as the period in the title of the response, or infinitely smaller of larger, however measured, must radiate outward in all possible directions, it mat not be calculatable, because even then, the area taken by the circumfrance of the points themselves would have to be considered.
given this, and an assumption that the universe is infinite can at least be a possibility, using this as a rational argument, because we do not know how far out or in the depth of reality goes.
Spirituality, is for me, to wonder about things, nature, and a little argument from other persectives. There are few to chose from as a base, so one is better off, testing everything in thier own way, and belief comes from this, although teaching narrowminded thinking in child rearing often has more effect on adults philosophy.
spirituality, anyone can have it, it is there naturally, to be developed, it happens to us all in some form or another, religions thrive on this trait, it becomes one philosophy as they age, unless they actively combat this brittiling of thier minds, purposefully hold off that process.
what is the formular for a sphere? square cubed?

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