On 11 Apr, 02:06, JT <jonas.thornv...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 10 Apr, 21:07, 1treePetrifiedForestLane <Space...@hotmail.com> > wrote: > > > see Stevin's _The Decimals_ for the ambguous case in odometermath, > > cannonically: ...0001.0000... defined isomorphic to ...0000.9999... > > So what was really the big deal about infinity, it was a dreamed up > wall due to the powers of digitplaces, it was thought that a certain > digitplace there would be an infinity. But as anyone inot > computational theory will now there can be no infinity, because there > is recursive decoposition of digit places. So it does not matter how > big something will be you can always decompose the digit place. > > Infinity is the wall of a mindset, all numbers and digit places can be > decomposed thus infinity can have no existence.
There are unmeasureable magnitudes, but none of them are infinity.