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Does two finite entities causing an infinite reaction challenge our definition of infinity?


Divide 10 by 3 or face two mirrors across from each other and two finite entities cause an infinite reaction. The universe is also deemed infinite but it too could conceivably be enabled from two or more as yet unknown finite entities interacting. In my view, that premise qualifies infinity more as hypothetical than as fact. Intuitively, we accept infinity is "no start, no end, and continues forever" but given our finite resources to comprehend infinity, is current science not relying more on a philosophical case of observation and reasoning, than on strictly scientific methodology?

 

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    Brian (mybrianthe fixer) 2 years ago

    Robin I play with 8 musical notes doe to doe add chords and their tones and the vibration will change add a shaky finger and that will change. What a person hears depending on how they hear how do you measure a musical note. Ie I like rock you might


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    Vortrek Grafix 2 years ago

    Yes, and that has implications. Abstracts are useful in developing academic disciplines, but until abstracts become tangible, they can be regarded as arbitrary outside of context, and that's where the line blurs between science, philosophy, and faith