I may have stumbled on Infinity

James (@notexceling) 8 years, 6 months ago

Quick Summary
∞ = a concept that is boundless and endless.

Cantor said there are many types of ∞

But every ∞ that Cantor found is explainable with the number “1”.

“1” explains itself and EVERY TYPE of number,
be it a reproduction of itself
E.g (1+1+1) = 3

Or within itself
E.g 0.5 = 1/2 = 50% of “1”

“1” is also 100% complete.

Brackets explain grouping pairs or completion in maths.

( <— Start/Beginning/Bound
) <—Finish/Completion/End

As shown before
(1+1+1) = 3

Therefore "1" is

(1) = (100%), completely bounded and ended wth itself.

Cantors work is the ∞ possibilities within the number (1).

Nothing more

It is not Absolute because it is restricted to itself.

We live in
(1) = (E=mc2)
(1) = (universe)

If we think its Absolute we create the greatest oxymoron in existence

How can the boundless/endless infinite concept be bounded/ended/ finite?

(1) also has a language

Mathematical Governing Laws
(+-) Addition and subtraction

These two symbols (with (1)) explain every other symbol
x, ÷ , √ , Etc
(1+1+1) + (1+1+1) = (1+1+1+1+1+1)
2 x 3 = 6

(+-) is the language of (1)

(+-) = Equal Opposite, Addition and subtraction, Positive and negative, Time space, Good Bad, Right Wrong, Light Dark, etc

What happens when an unrestricted "1" is added onto (1) ?
1+(1) =?

What is

1 + ()
1 + (1)
1 + (Maths)
1 + (E=mc2)
1 + (+|-)
1 + (logic)
1+ (universe)
1 + (everything)
1 + (finite)

Say we created a super computer that calculated every mathematical possibility in the universe and the answer is (100). What is
1 + (100) = ?
It is not 101

Absolute 100%
Infinite ∞

1 + ( 1 ) = ∞
A boundless and endless concept

1 + (+-) = ∞

We can never contemplate ∞ because it is beyond our ()

Cantor was right about God.

Thank you.

Apologies for any uneducated errors.

May 17, 2013 at 1:28 pm
James (2) (@notexceling) 8 years, 6 months ago ago

@bono95zg, exactly
hence Absolute Infinite must be outside of (1).
The amount we will ever know about the absolute ∞
The most we will ever know about ∞, is absolutely zero

Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years, 6 months ago ago

“Quantum Mechanics states for nothing to create something, laws must be in place for nothing to produce something.” and a law is something.
People tend to believe that something came of nothing, but people tend to think in linear terms. Just the statement “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the Earth…” this is linear terminology. It is ultimately a presumption that there was a beginning, or that if there was then it was in the past.
The beginning could be the present, in fact that would make more sense. The reality of infinity is that there are infinite opportunities for infinite possibilities, in a way we are always in existence while simultaneously never existing.

James (2) (@notexceling) 8 years, 1 month ago ago

@yoinkie, If the universe is (100) is complete what is 1 added onto that? Its boundless and endless hence it is infinite
Quote: “If an object tries to travel 186,000 miles per second, its mass becomes infinite, and so does the energy required to move it. For this reason, no normal object can travel as fast or faster than the speed of light.”

So if something exceeds this limit (in this case “(100)”) its mass becomes infinite.

1 + (100) = ∞

James (2) (@notexceling) 8 years, 1 month ago ago

@trek79, Im not saying our we don’t have infinite possibilities within our universe.

(1) Universe has infinite possibilities within it. I mean 1 explains itself and all other numbers within our mathematical universe does it not?

If everything we see and calculate is within these governing laws how can our universal infinite be absolute?

Cody (472) (@versai) 8 years, 1 month ago ago

@notexceling, you’re translating math into your own parameters and using that as a model for the universe. But things don’t work that way. (100) is not the same thing as 100%. You can’t add a number to a percent. 1 + (100) in the way you mean it would just be 100% + 100% (200%). You can’t just drop the % and call it infinite.

I’d also like to think our math is pretty naive. No doubt there is other life out there; I would hope at least some of it is intelligent, perhaps even more intelligent than us. But how much do you want to bet their mathematics aren’t based on 10’s. Aztecs did some pretty amazing mathematical equations to calculate their calendars and they were working off a base-20 system. There’s lot’s of different ways to interpret numbers and even if our system is working well for Earth, I wouldn’t go so far to say it explains the universe or infinity.

Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years, 1 month ago ago

@notexceling, Where everything is explained by 1’s and 0’s, in an infinite universe there is no distinction between 1 and 0, there is no objective point of reference to make a distinction.

James (2) (@notexceling) 8 years, 1 month ago ago

0 is just the absence of 1.
dont get confused

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