Jeff
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Pueblo
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7/14/11


Re: What is infinity minus one?
Posted:
Jul 14, 2011 9:26 PM


If we accept that one is the complete number representing everything as a whole...We MUST establish that the definition of "one" subracted from that meerly represents but a fraction which is not detectable with current technology.
Put another way, if we were traveling the speed of light, for example, which is 186,200 miles per second, we would accept this as a unit of one complete motional measurement as it is as fast as anything may travel. If we tap on the breaks and went just slightly slower that would represent a fraction less than the complete total of what we could do.
Ask yourself, what is the speed of light plus any detectable increment of motion?

