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(1) Except that you had to redefine existing terms in order to "prove" yourself right.
(2) Math alone is not science. Science requires an idea to be testable.
I never redefined any existing terms, contrary to what you believe. That's simply not true.
I know I'm right mathematically, and so do you.
I don't really care what science requires.
So your demands for an experiment are complete nonsense, and you knew that from the start.
I'm right, and you know it.
If that's true, then show me a branch of mathematics where 1 is bigger than infinity.
How the heck do you post images on here anyway? I tried using a google share link, but it comes up blank in the preview. Does Google not work?This would make a lot more sense if I could post some of the graphics I use to guide me.
I don't think Management would encourage nonsensical images of equations that don't hold up to scrutiny.
Then you admit that you are not doing science.
Your lack of understanding is not my concern.
0 cannot coexist with Ι1Ι in the same space, or 0=Ι1Ι0 cannot coexist with ∞ in the same space, or 0=∞Ι1Ι cannot coexist with ∞ in the same space, or Ι1Ι=∞
∞ is a non-absolute variable state.
Science does not understand the concept of Ι1Ι, yet, but like 0, it would also be a theoretically impossible state.
0<∞<Ι1ΙMathematical fact, whether you can wrap your brain around it or not.
I only admit that you do not like my approach to science.
What's science, and what's not science, is a matter of opinion.
"An Argument for an Infinite Universe..."is known to be wrong, and has been for ages.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olbers%27_paradox
So if you can't show me a branch of mathematics that agrees with you when you say one is bigger than infinity, then you are admitting that you made that up and therefore had to change the definition or either one or infinity in order to do it.
There is a reason why threads like this get moved to new theories. It's called lack of comprehension. Bored Chemist has already given you an acceptable answer. I very rarely read through all the content of this type of thread other than making sure the rules are not being broken. It just uses up valuable time. Try listening.
I'm right, and I stand by the logic. 0<∞<Ι1Ι
If one is bigger than infinity, then you will now have more than an infinite number of gallons of gasoline
If I can get it accelerated beyond C
there may be some truth in that statement.
Either way, it sounds like you are agreeing that having one gallon of gas in your car won't let you drive it forever, and therefore that one is not greater than infinity.
Your argument is clearly non sequitur at this point, and taken well beyond the context of this thread.
Infinity is not a defined state
Not a single person can say with any certainty, ∞>1, or ∞>0. There is 0 evidence to support any opinion on it. It is wide open to interpretation.
If that means Ι1Ι > ∞, then that's the direction I'm going to head.
∞ cannot be used mathematically.
And I don't care what anyone has told you or I what ∞ means. I don't care. They're wrong.
No one knows.
What exactly do you expect something different to look like anyway? mc^2=e?
I'm not going to rehash my reasoning from earlier, but just go back and read it, and then let it marinate a bit.
So once you've eaten a single hot dog you've consumed more than an infinite number of hot dogs and therefore never need to eat again.
I stand by the logic. 0<∞<Ι1Ι
Your argument is once again, non sequitur, unfortunately you can't even comprehend that simple fact.
The 1 hot dog I consumed, is actually more like .0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 of the whole of the universe. The fact that we learned how to shift the decimal place to the left, and zoom in on that hot dog is irrelevant. .0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 hot dogs is <∞. And so is that gallon of gas I got in your other comment.
.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 hot dogs is <∞.