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Explain Once And For All How Infinite Time Is Possible

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Posted by Mike Banks on July 7, 2001 04:33:59 UTC

I really want someone to explain this because if it is possible I would like to know. Please prove to me how.

I want to know how it's possible to reach an event in an infinite timeline, if the event to be reached takes an infinite amount of time to reach. If time is represented by a line, you can't start somewhere along the line, because that would mean there is time before that point.

Please explain.

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