Saturday, January 26, 2013

scope for infinity


What is the scope for infinity?

Scope means boundary, the beginning and end for infinity.

Where does infinity start and where does infinity end?

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After first 3 answers.. girls & boys,
If someone suggests "Infinity starts after finite and ends before completeness/holiness", would you agree?
Even Socrates may be humble to learn more about infinity!

Can't you compare different infinities where the cardinality of them differ?
Example: infinity (x) of integer numbers is larger than infinity (x/2) of even or odd numbers
How can you compare infinities without measurement?

@Special EPhex,
Can you describe 'finite within infinity' at a single dimension, where finite and infinity are exclusive to each other? I have no doubt that you can do it by considering multiple dimensions.


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