08-31-2021, 01:10 AM

Morgue's model is based on ontological mathematics. I found this:

That seems to be the same as infinity as a potential. The "highest possible number" in the universe in my model is always increasing! Other than that it's consistent with my current view. The "flowing point" I have to learn more about than that it's a moving point around the same unit circle that Morgue has talked about.

Quote:"What about infinity? Infinity is the flip side of zero. Since it’s derived

from a resultant, it’s not itself a thing but is also a resultant. “Infinity”

simply means that, unless there is a sufficient reason to prevent it, there is

no limit on the number of things that can be brought together to create a net

resultant of zero. Zero is the resultant, infinity is the scale of that resultant,

and that scale is unbounded unless there is a reason why it should be

bounded. (In fact, there is possible reason: we live in universe that has a

highest possible number because the universe is based on the circle and the

circle always returns to itself in a finite number of steps if it is defined by a

“flowing point”: a point that has a tiny magnitude. We simply divide the

circumference by the 1-D flowing point, and we always get a finite number,

albeit immensely large. You can’t get true division by zero.)

Infinity is an abstraction. It has no ontological status. Ontologically, it

must be replaced by “Myriad”, the largest possible ontological number.

" - Ontological Mathematics: How to

Create the Universe by Mike Hockney

That seems to be the same as infinity as a potential. The "highest possible number" in the universe in my model is always increasing! Other than that it's consistent with my current view. The "flowing point" I have to learn more about than that it's a moving point around the same unit circle that Morgue has talked about.