In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, WM <email@example.com> wrote:
> Matheology § 293 > > > > [...] parallel considerations would force us to conclude, not merely > that a series of discrete, successive events must have a first member, > but also that such a series must have a final member. Anyone who > thinks that an end-less series of events is possible must therefore > reject this popular line of argument against the possibility of an > actual infinite. > [Wes Morriston: Beginningless Past, Endless Future, and the Actual > Infinite] > http://www.academia.edu/647482/Beginningless_Past_Endless_Future_and_the_Actua > l_Infinite > > Endless for ever or endless at the moment are two different things.
The halving of a time interval has no provable minimum, so as far as we can prove to the contrary, can be an actually infinite sequence.
> The time passed since the big bang is not endless.
But until one can prove time is only finitely divisible, may include infinite sequences of intervals. --