Infinity – The Impossible State

 

 

Infinity: it is a term often used but rarely understood. It literally means, “without any finite quality”.

It is important to understand how impossible infinity is for us to discuss in any meaningful way from within our linear and physical universe. Please invest a few moments to read on and understand why this has to be.

Infinity is ‘impossible’ to define because describing or defining something requires it to have a point of differentiation with something else which is comparable; a finite quality.

Within our linear [past, present and future] framework of time and space, infinity is impossible to accurately describe, mathematically or physically. Infinity is null (zero); there exists [and cannot exist] no workable concept of size, time, distance, weight or any other finite definition or description within an infinite continuum.

Why continuum? Anything other than a continuum has to have ‘an edge’. If a single particle or quanta of energy exists within an infinite continuum, it defines place of differentiation, dividing that continuum into more than one singular thing (this and that).

Infinity is indivisible. Containing anything other than itself proves division. A scale of linearity or distinction has been imposed – hence it is not infinite. Infinity must be without scale (scale requires divisibility and comparison against something else) and without description (lacking any specific reference point – it is indivisible). 

It is probable that if any infinite thing exists, it occupies all of a given plane of existence (dimension) to the complete exclusion of all else (indivisibility again), and is logically irrelevant to anything to do with our universe.

This brings us to the concept of “Quasi-Infinity” and why it is so important to us.

  • lola

    this helped me with my hw

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