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The commoncc of Infinity


Infinity hath no half.  If we take all the Whole Numbers (often called the counting numbers, like 1,2,3,4,5…), they go on forever.  The Whole Numbers are composed of: all Odd Numbers (also go on forever) + all Even Numbers (also go on forever) + Zero.  If we subtract all the Odd Numbers from all the Whole Numbers, we are not left with something half the size of what we started with.  In fact, infinity cannot be reduced.


In order for you to close a distance (Let’s say walking across the room, to embrace my hand), you would first have to cover half the distance. Then, you would have to cover half the distance that is left.  Then, half the distance again. 


No matter how many times you closed the distance, you would still have half of what is left to cover, in order to arrive.  No matter how small the distance that is left, it can be divided by two, and half the distance will remain.  How can you ever reach me, to embrace my hand?  Impossible, you say?  Merely a trick, a miracle?


The answer is, when the distance is infinitely small, you will traverse it, because…infinity hath no half.



You are seeing things merely from a human point of view, not from God’s.

- Bible 


When I learned a little math & science, I doubted the existence of God;

when I learned a lot about math & science, I never again doubted God.

- commoncc





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