
Re: Positions in Infinite Space
Posted:
Jun 30, 2012 11:14 AM


On Jun 30, 5:08 am, netzweltler <reinhard_fisc...@arcor.de> wrote: > On 29 Jun., 18:48, mstem...@walkabout.empros.com (Michael Stemper) > wrote: > > > In article <17c0105f9fea407f8936695c2c86e...@d17g2000vbv.googlegroups.com>, netzweltler <reinhard_fisc...@arcor.de> writes: > > > >Is it possible, that "travelling forever" simply means "travelling to > > >_every_ point finitely apart" and not necessarily, that a point > > >infinitely apart is reached? > > > Pretty much, yeah. Especially since (in R, with the usual metric), there > > are no points that are infinitely far apart. > > Do we have two different definitions of infinite travelling? > Let's biject the definition above to the Zeno kind of travelling > > step 1: travelling to the first point ? travelling to point 0.5 > step 2: travelling to the second point ? travelling to point 0.75 > step 3: travelling to the third point ? travelling to point 0.875 > ... > > Is it true, that the Zeno kind of travelling does allow us to arrive > at point 1  the point infinitely (segments) apart, whereas in the > first case (equidistant points) we won't arrive at a point infinitely > apart  even if we are doubling our speed at each step? > > t = 0 s: travelling to the first point > t = 0.5 s: travelling to the second point > t = 0.75 s: travelling to the third point > ... > > At which position are we at t = 1 second if there are only finite > distances in infinite space? Did we leave infinite space behind? > >  > netzweltler
It begs the question Are space shock waves intrinsic to the cosmos,and their source has infinite energy that travels over infinite distances?? I'm working on a galaxy theory and such is needed. I want to add this in with my creating a big bang theory. Get the picture TreBert

