07-11-2021, 02:23 PM

I found some discussions from mathematicians about problems with many infinities, but it was sort of overcome by using the axiom of choice. A more clear example of contradiction I found in this video where philosopher Steve Patterson explains that an infinite circle in math is identical to a line, which is a contradiction. He said that when infinity is actualized in math, when infinity is "completed" it causes logical errors. That supports Ra's claim that infinity cannot be many. And I guess there might be something to my claim about the 10 inch line example!

Another example which I find excellent is called Thomson's lamp paradox. It shows one example where it's impossible to get a consistent mathematical on/off result for infinitely many steps.

Another example which I find excellent is called Thomson's lamp paradox. It shows one example where it's impossible to get a consistent mathematical on/off result for infinitely many steps.