Infinities in my eyes are not really real, but mathematical abstractions. Like the hare eventually overtakes the tortoise, although all the paperwork says this is rubbish, you should sit down and take whatever medication you're on.

Like Moore's law, which predicts a doubling in processing power every umpteen months, is a statistical pattern of the stubborn variety, but not really a law. It will fail, simply becuase there is a limit to what you can do - unless you change the way you work drastically, by introducing altogether different technology. Meaning that if we shift to computing that uses quantum mechanics and light, we'd still call it a computer, but it's really a different machine.

This kind of 'inclusion' keeps Moore's law alive, naturally.

The living are the dead on holiday. -- Maurice de Maeterlinck (1862-1949)