>Is there any evidence that infinity exists?
that's not true since the limit of functions at infinities is a mathematics tool with practical applications in engineering.

>applications
it's just too big to currently measure and not "infinite"

1 month ago

Anonymous

brainlet literally believes y=1/x touched or crossed y=0 'somewhere' and we just had no number large enough to represent 'somewhere'.

1 month ago

Anonymous

It doesn’t matter in reality. Eventually X becomes so big that 1/x reaches 0 for every single engineering purpose possible.

please be so kind and calculate the area under the curve define... -ack >OP is a massive homosexual again

The area under the curve is made up of discrete parts (pixels on a screen or particles), so you just add together all finite parts.

1 month ago

Anonymous

>It doesn’t matter in reality.
I repeat: The concept of infinity is usefull regardless of there being a natural instance of infinity or not. Alot of the math that is part of my work (yes engineering, critical communications, QPSK n shit, research heavy office) would probably not work or be very cumbersome if there was no infinitiy. I'm sure this goes for other peoples engineering related work too, cant really calculate say for example escape velocity without the initial assumption of ending up with infinity potential energy relative to the very center of the body whichs surface you want to leave, can you ?
The fact that 1/x always reaches a value that in the specific context can not be measured, generated or whatever is a moot point. Maybe read the last posting again. >pixels on a screen or particles
No. Just no. Also not every quantum is certain. Go do solid state physics without infinity. The fun thing is actually that the concept of infinity was used several times in creation of the device and infrastructure you are ignorantly using to spread this nonesense.

In engineering contexts you only go so far to get the precision needed for the task. Infinity never comes into play, it becomes useless to check the limit of a function past a certain value.

that's a word representing the number, not the number itself. if you disagree, then the word "infinity" serves as a demonstration that infinity exists.

two is a unit or a symbol that forms part of a system of counting and calculating, and that represents an amount or position in a series
also, two is a moronic human concept and it's just semantics
the number two is irrelevant, "infinity" has nothing to do with "two"

1 month ago

Anonymous

>>two is a unit or a symbol that forms part of a system of counting and calculating, and that represents an amount or position in a series
If "two" really exists then show me two.

1 month ago

Anonymous

bait
ok I can't, now do you mean that it's outside the universe or something idiot?

1 month ago

Anonymous

>ok I can't,
Now see: >Is there any evidence that infinity exists?

Sometimes I clusp my bum cheeks with both ands, clench and cross my legs before falling to lay on my side on my bad still in that pose. I then proceed to do a horizonal move and fart upward towards the light bulb.

yes we use time to measure the distance we travel through infinity. We even started dating it all sorts of ways
If you want an example of infinity in real life, put two mirrors towards each other and look inside. it seems that there is a boundless amount of space and repetition inside of them
that’s a real example of infinity

the type of thinking humans engage in is a type of abstraction driven approximation. it's useful to take finite shortcuts to make predictions rather than try to calculate everything out which is unreasonable due to escalating complexity. the entire field of mathematics is a shortcut for pathfinding certain problems, usually by abstracting away the iterative process so that instead of brute force trial and error, you can make educated approximations so that you measure twice and cut once. because of this creative process, mathematics can also solve problems that are hallucinations in the mind of mathematicians, and also build useful tools of thinking for future mathematicians to build upon, often the difference between these is unclear so mathematicians are treated like court astrologers and allowed to dabble in their mysticism without too much hassle.

the world we inhabit is one of precision engineering, detailed manufacturing schema and competent industrial processes, stable international supply chains and feedback driven logistics, product development cycles and market access both for distribution and for profit seeking.

for mass consumption of complex products to remain the standard for human civilization this process of how things become other things and how we use them will only become more complex and divorced from a human comprehensible understanding, and still this problem of is there infinity or not will be irrelevant.

it's a non problem now, it will be one in 2000 years, and in 2 billion, and even in 10^10 ten times + 23 years into the future.

why do midwits make such a big deal about a concept that just means "as much as you want"?
yeah numbers go on forever that is the entire point of the system
it's just for counting

Because even if you want it all, you cannot have it all by the very nature of what we're looking at. If all infinity ever meant was: >take all that you can
instead of >take all
then nobody would have a problem with it. But then most foundations of math would come crashing down with it.

Maybe if you graduate high school, you can learn calculus one day.

1 month ago

Anonymous

it's just a symbol you insert into the equation
it has no real use

1 month ago

Anonymous

i hope your parents have a higher view of you

1 month ago

Anonymous

Infinite series is just one application you would have learned about if you were smart enough to pass high school math classes.

1 month ago

Anonymous

it's not actually infinite
you're only approximating

1 month ago

Anonymous

No, the concept of an infinite process allows you to make assumptions when dealing with an infinite series about what would happen to a trend if it continued without end.

There doesn't have to be a naturally ocuring instance of a concept for the concept to be useful.

Infinity as a concept has lead to exactly 0 tech advancements. It’s not useful for anything and it doesn’t appear anywhere in nature.

It's useful because It can train my memory by remembering it.

>Is there any evidence that infinity exists?

that's not true since the limit of functions at infinities is a mathematics tool with practical applications in engineering.

....aaaaand I quoted the wrong string, apologies.

I was replying to this:

>applications

it's just too big to currently measure and not "infinite"

brainlet literally believes y=1/x touched or crossed y=0 'somewhere' and we just had no number large enough to represent 'somewhere'.

It doesn’t matter in reality. Eventually X becomes so big that 1/x reaches 0 for every single engineering purpose possible.

The area under the curve is made up of discrete parts (pixels on a screen or particles), so you just add together all finite parts.

>It doesn’t matter in reality.

I repeat: The concept of infinity is usefull regardless of there being a natural instance of infinity or not. Alot of the math that is part of my work (yes engineering, critical communications, QPSK n shit, research heavy office) would probably not work or be very cumbersome if there was no infinitiy. I'm sure this goes for other peoples engineering related work too, cant really calculate say for example escape velocity without the initial assumption of ending up with infinity potential energy relative to the very center of the body whichs surface you want to leave, can you ?

The fact that 1/x always reaches a value that in the specific context can not be measured, generated or whatever is a moot point. Maybe read the last posting again.

>pixels on a screen or particles

No. Just no. Also not every quantum is certain. Go do solid state physics without infinity. The fun thing is actually that the concept of infinity was used several times in creation of the device and infrastructure you are ignorantly using to spread this nonesense.

>measure

In engineering contexts you only go so far to get the precision needed for the task. Infinity never comes into play, it becomes useless to check the limit of a function past a certain value.

please be so kind and calculate the area under the curve define... -ack

>OP is a massive homosexual again

infinity is false, If it were somewhat true it would have infinite characters!

Show me the number two. Not a symbol that represents two, and not two of something. Show me the number itself.

two

that's a word representing the number, not the number itself. if you disagree, then the word "infinity" serves as a demonstration that infinity exists.

two is a unit or a symbol that forms part of a system of counting and calculating, and that represents an amount or position in a series

also, two is a moronic human concept and it's just semantics

the number two is irrelevant, "infinity" has nothing to do with "two"

>>two is a unit or a symbol that forms part of a system of counting and calculating, and that represents an amount or position in a series

If "two" really exists then show me two.

bait

ok I can't, now do you mean that it's outside the universe or something idiot?

>ok I can't,

Now see:

>Is there any evidence that infinity exists?

wrong

Eat shit and die bodhi

look at this NPD psycho Black person seething

HAHAHA , made my day

10 PRINT "Frick off, you moron!"

20 GOTO 10

Sometimes I clusp my bum cheeks with both ands, clench and cross my legs before falling to lay on my side on my bad still in that pose. I then proceed to do a horizonal move and fart upward towards the light bulb.

yes we use time to measure the distance we travel through infinity. We even started dating it all sorts of ways

If you want an example of infinity in real life, put two mirrors towards each other and look inside. it seems that there is a boundless amount of space and repetition inside of them

that’s a real example of infinity

what a 1923 replay

thank you, I’m trying to start something good and keep people curious

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Is there any evidence you exist? I get to judge your answer btw.

can post any personal information here

can't*

the universe is bounded in spacetime.

the type of thinking humans engage in is a type of abstraction driven approximation. it's useful to take finite shortcuts to make predictions rather than try to calculate everything out which is unreasonable due to escalating complexity. the entire field of mathematics is a shortcut for pathfinding certain problems, usually by abstracting away the iterative process so that instead of brute force trial and error, you can make educated approximations so that you measure twice and cut once. because of this creative process, mathematics can also solve problems that are hallucinations in the mind of mathematicians, and also build useful tools of thinking for future mathematicians to build upon, often the difference between these is unclear so mathematicians are treated like court astrologers and allowed to dabble in their mysticism without too much hassle.

the world we inhabit is one of precision engineering, detailed manufacturing schema and competent industrial processes, stable international supply chains and feedback driven logistics, product development cycles and market access both for distribution and for profit seeking.

for mass consumption of complex products to remain the standard for human civilization this process of how things become other things and how we use them will only become more complex and divorced from a human comprehensible understanding, and still this problem of is there infinity or not will be irrelevant.

it's a non problem now, it will be one in 2000 years, and in 2 billion, and even in 10^10 ten times + 23 years into the future.

why do midwits make such a big deal about a concept that just means "as much as you want"?

yeah numbers go on forever that is the entire point of the system

it's just for counting

Because even if you want it all, you cannot have it all by the very nature of what we're looking at. If all infinity ever meant was:

>take all that you can

instead of

>take all

then nobody would have a problem with it. But then most foundations of math would come crashing down with it.

how is this concept useful exactly?

I went to the store to buy ∞ apples

Maybe if you graduate high school, you can learn calculus one day.

it's just a symbol you insert into the equation

it has no real use

i hope your parents have a higher view of you

Infinite series is just one application you would have learned about if you were smart enough to pass high school math classes.

it's not actually infinite

you're only approximating

No, the concept of an infinite process allows you to make assumptions when dealing with an infinite series about what would happen to a trend if it continued without end.

Other than the fact you will never identify a last number to prove it doesn't exist?

no upper limit != infinite anything existing

Wrong. If something has no limit, it extend to infinity, by definition. since infinity literally means without limit.

Cantor.

That is all.