07-11-2021, 12:39 PM

(07-11-2021, 04:41 AM)tadeus Wrote: Maybe the logic is simply, that what cannot be counted is infinite.

So Intelligent Infinity may be not infinite in reality, but it is not limited in time/space too, because it can be given in an unlimited time.

So at least it is not wrong to talk about it as Intelligent Infinity.

That's a great summary. Some may say that this still allows infinitely many infinities within infinity since that can't be counted. I think my example of dividing a 10 inch line proves that there can only be one infinity. The puzzling thing is that in mainstream math it's allowed to have lines of different lengths each containing an infinite number of points.