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[T]he question of what “really” exists pervades the sciences and human thought in general. The belief that the infinite does not really exist goes back at least to Aristotle. Parrnenides even questioned the reality of plurality and change. (Einstein’s vision … Continue reading

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What Comes After Infinity?

When I was in kindergarten, we would argue about whose dad made the most money. I can’t fathom the reason. I guess it’s like arguing about who’s taller? Or who’s older? Or who has a later bedtime. I don’t know … Continue reading

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Math Infinity

Conceiving of ∞ as a mathematician is simple. You start counting, and don’t stop. That’s all. ($i++ for programmers) Which is why ∞ seems very small to the mind of a mathematician. With projective geometry you can map ℝ to … Continue reading

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