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It is not possible for an object in motion to pass numbers and reach infinity but in the following case

An object at motion can be considered to be passing infinite numbers 4 , 4.1 , 4.11 , 4.111 , infinity , 5

an object moving from 1 to 2 distance passes fraction of infinite numbers reaches infinity which is represented by 2

Then there is no distance that cannot be reached given no limit in time to do it, so your assertion (if that is what you're asserting) is false.

An object at motion moves from 1 to 2 infinitely.

What do you mean by "moves from 1 to 2 infinitely."?You really must explain yourself .

How can something "start infinitely"?

I think gravity is local. In fact, I believe rotation makes it so. I think rotation limits the range of E and M force, until it is cut. Velocity factor.

None of what you say makes sense.