by **Stratafire** » Thu Mar 10, 2011 5:45 am

troll2rocks wrote:Within infinity, there are as many even numbers as there are odd and even combined.

stratafire wrote:This is an unknown element, the "assumption" is that both are equal, yet the physical reality we live in would dictate otherwise, since anything 'even" becomes devoid of movement, devoid of action, therefore devoid of "existence", if anything, the very nature of the three dimensional reality you refer to, would speak volumes on the "unevenness" of the reality around us..

troll2rocks wrote:A google is a large number, a google plex even larger, but Graham's number is far larger than Skewes' number and Moser's number combined The observable universe is far too small to contain an ordinary digital representation of Graham's number. assuming that each digit occupies at least one Planck volume. We do not know how large, but its big. We do not know what number it starts with, but we know what number it ends with...

stratafire wrote:Actually Quantified Infinity dictates that "ANY" number, no matter the size in a relative length given "spatially" can be predicted to "when" it will appear at any given observation held by the observer, therefore any size can hold the exact same full sequence of the number given, no matter the scale spatially observed..

troll2rocks wrote:7

However even this unimaginable number has a finite end and a start, where as infinity has no start no end and no middle. As unimaginably huge as infinity is, you could always add one to it, or indeed another infinity "which is technically impossible as there is no start or end to an infinity so you cant add to it, or subtract from it".

stratafire wrote:I could hand you a billion, billion infinities in processing action, if the equipment could hold it, each Independent, and capable of being predictable for technical operations...

Such is the innovation that Quantified Infinity brings to the plate.

troll2rocks wrote:Some however think that in order for infinity and a non chaotic universe to exist, the numbers must make sense.

How ?

By reverting back to where it started. Ala, order from chaos

stratafire wrote:Already done that, and have since moved on to other applications of it (by QI)

0troll2rocks wrote:So from the smallest through to the largest back to the smallest and so on and so on...

However...

Infinity can have no start no middle and no end, so how may it revert to zero from everything out of the progress of time without it having a middle ?

It cant.

stratafire wrote:Yes it can, heck you can even add, subtract, multiply, and add zero to your hearts content, even demonstrate this in a mechanical, three dimensional model if you wanted to

troll2rocks wrote:But that may just be what it is.

And if the universe follows these principles, then we may well not exist, or exist in every version possible "an infinite amount" in an endless sea of possible options.

stratafire wrote:Independently, individually, yet all tied together through Quantum entanglement on infinite scales, and across infinite "infinities"... A= arbitrary spatial occupation stating point (scale = Occupation divided by Regional Spatial occupation "squared", D=Distance, B= is end user controlled, C = results, therefore A+D (D / B)= C (Infinity))) or:

For Icon representation of "true infinity" (TI)Simple really when you think about it...

BTW, this is a rough translation of the 3-dimensional mathematics in a logically displayed format for your perusal..

Hope it helps you in whatever you want to do..

[quote="troll2rocks"]Within infinity, there are as many even numbers as there are odd and even combined.[/quote]

[quote="stratafire"][i]This is an unknown element, the "assumption" is that both are equal, yet the physical reality we live in would dictate otherwise, since anything 'even" becomes devoid of movement, devoid of action, therefore devoid of "existence", if anything, the very nature of the three dimensional reality you refer to, would speak volumes on the "unevenness" of the reality around us..[/i][/quote]

[img]http://www.infinity.waw.pl/infinity.jpg[/img]

[quote="troll2rocks"]A google is a large number, a google plex even larger, but Graham's number is far larger than Skewes' number and Moser's number combined The observable universe is far too small to contain an ordinary digital representation of Graham's number. assuming that each digit occupies at least one Planck volume. We do not know how large, but its big. We do not know what number it starts with, but we know what number it ends with...[/quote]

[quote="stratafire"][i]Actually Quantified Infinity dictates that "ANY" number, no matter the size in a relative length given "spatially" can be predicted to "when" it will appear at any given observation held by the observer, therefore any size can hold the exact same full sequence of the number given, no matter the scale spatially observed..[/i][/quote]

[quote="troll2rocks"][b]7[/b]

However even this unimaginable number has a finite end and a start, where as infinity has no start no end and no middle. As unimaginably huge as infinity is, you could always add one to it, or indeed another infinity "which is technically impossible as there is no start or end to an infinity so you cant add to it, or subtract from it".[/quote]

[quote="stratafire"][i]I could hand you a billion, billion infinities in processing action, if the equipment could hold it, each Independent, and capable of being predictable for technical operations...

Such is the innovation that Quantified Infinity brings to the plate.[/i][/quote]

[img]http://images2.alphacoders.com/715/thumbbig-71578.jpg[/img]

[quote="troll2rocks"]Some however think that in order for infinity and a non chaotic universe to exist, the numbers must make sense.

How ?

By reverting back to where it started. Ala, order from chaos[/quote]

[quote="stratafire"][i]Already done that, and have since moved on to other applications of it (by QI)[/i][/quote]

[b]0[/b]

[quote="troll2rocks"]So from the smallest through to the largest back to the smallest and so on and so on...

However...

Infinity can have no start no middle and no end, so how may it revert to zero from everything out of the progress of time without it having a middle ?

It cant.[/quote]

[quote="stratafire"][i]Yes it can, heck you can even add, subtract, multiply, and add zero to your hearts content, even demonstrate this in a mechanical, three dimensional model if you wanted to[/i][/quote]

[quote="troll2rocks"]But that may just be what it is.

And if the universe follows these principles, then we may well not exist, or exist in every version possible "an infinite amount" in an endless sea of possible options.[/quote]

[quote="stratafire"][i]Independently, individually, yet all tied together through Quantum entanglement on infinite scales, and across infinite "infinities"...[/i] [b]A= arbitrary spatial occupation stating point (scale = Occupation divided by Regional Spatial occupation "squared", D=Distance, B= is end user controlled, C = results, therefore A+D (D / B)= C (Infinity)))[/b] or:

[img]http://i.imgur.com/xuN2Y.gif[/img]

[b]For Icon representation of "true infinity" (TI)[/b]

Simple really when you think about it...

BTW, this is a rough translation of the 3-dimensional mathematics in a logically displayed format for your perusal..

Hope it helps you in whatever you want to do..[/quote]

[img]http://www.thekeyboard.org.uk/HST%20Galaxies[/img]

[img]http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_lgMO5WbsvjQ/SxUREtBnpII/AAAAAAAAACk/IE4OuiH8vxc/s1600/infinity.jpg[/img]

[img]http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_EZWNQhIJDqs/SsTR1GOpykI/AAAAAAAACac/mKvOcJ6P8wc/s400/Number+sequence+2.jpg[/img]

[img]http://images.mylot.com/userImages/images/postphotos/1394820.jpg[/img]

:D

:cheers: