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Time Is Reversible In Math

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on July 10, 2001 16:52:59 UTC

In mathh plus infinity is treated exactly the same as minus infinity.

The contradiction you point out is because your initial point at minus infinity is ill defined and not allowed in math.

It might be acceptable in some system of logic like yours, but I perfer to rely on math.

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