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 Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point Started: 11/28/2014 Category: Science Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period Viewed: 1,111 times Debate No: 65971
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Posted by vi_spex 2 years ago
or negative infinity is the opposite of infinity possibly

but infinity can never end, then its not infinite
Posted by vi_spex 2 years ago
infinity is no end, so a finite number is the opposite, and the equation is false

infinity can never be destruction
Posted by gomergcc 2 years ago
Any number or equations in math using infinity may prove to be a finite number when we have more powerful computing ability. We just really don't know. Some equations in physics make better sense if infinity in the equation is really a finite number. For example equations in black holes reach infinity does not equal infinity. Making us unable to know what is going on at the center of a black hole. Something that seems unlimited, endless, and without bound may or may not be. We only know for sure that something may go on for 999 with 3,003 zeros after. Anything larger we most admit are assumptions that they are infinite , even if they are sound logical assumptions. Every assumption might end up being wrong no matter how sound ones logic is.
Posted by AsianGenius 2 years ago
I take that back lol my bad
Posted by AsianGenius 2 years ago
"The limit from the left is negative infinity," Kaynex 1/x or 3/x never approaches negative infinity. Only the derivative of them approaches negative infinity.
Posted by Kaynex 2 years ago
"Infinity in math does not really mean infinity. Infinity is used when a number is higher than 999 Millinillion. A Millinillion has 3,003 zeros after it. It not Infinity but it seem as it might as well be infinity because the number is larger that we can currently calculate."

Infinity exists in math, and is not a number. It really means infinity.
For example, the limit as 1/x approaches 0 from the right, we get infinity.
The area under e^x" from -infinity to +infinity is sqrt(pi).
Posted by vi_spex 2 years ago
the second before infinity is now, as by with my physical body, infinity is impossible to reach
Posted by gomergcc 2 years ago
Infinity in math does not really mean infinity. Infinity is used when a number is higher than 999 Millinillion. A Millinillion has 3,003 zeros after it. It not Infinity but it seem as it might as well be infinity because the number is larger that we can currently calculate.
Posted by vi_spex 2 years ago
there can be no negative infinity, creation is infinite, and matter is eternal, no beginning and no end

infinity=beginning without end
eternal=no beginning and no end

eternal is like a round grey rock that flow in endless space, on a beginning less and endless path as a camera follow and film the rock as they flow, where as the camera is filming the rock forever, and looking at the recording would just be seeing a rock flowing, perhaps turning gently at times, just 1 second looping now
Posted by Kaynex 2 years ago
"It is infinity but more commonly known as undefined."
It is never infinity. The limit from the left is negative infinity, the limit from the right is positive infinity. The limit does not exist and thus X00; infinity

Vi_spex you're wasting everyone's time.
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