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 Infinite vs. Finite- The real battle

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Jun 16, 2002
This is currently a raging battle in my head. Which does nature take priority- Infinite or Finite?

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Pi: Most people think pi (3.1415926) has no tangible pattern. I, being the skeptic, believe that it is the slight opposite of infinite- merely extremely large. I believe that the impossible is sometimes possible so indeed there is an algorithm out there that could decypher pi into a pattern. But still- could it be Infinite? The Universe: Is there truly an unlimited amount of stars and space in our universe? Well, most certainly there has to be a large amount considering the tiny odds of a life-holding planet to be born (and evolve sentient life) but Infinite seems far fetched. Dimensions: I believe that the amount of dimensions probably mirrors The Universe, but to a extreme level. It is possible there could be more than 99e999999 dimensions out there, but then again there could also be Infinite Timeline: This is the doozy. Is there an end of time? Is there a beginning. Is the Big Bang and Big Crunch a recurring event? Does history repeat itself? It is my belief that time travels in a circle- never stopping, never ceasing. But at what time can time not exist or the laws nullified?

[editor's note, by Peter Johnson] Our response:

To: Odius
Subject : Your submission

----- Message Text -----

Dear Odius,

After careful reading of your submission entitled "Infinite vs. Finite- The real battle," we have decided that your submission belongs in our "Hall of Shame" section. Everyone knows that Triangle Man would take them both.

--Peter Johnson
Senior Editor,


Why is Triangle Man such a bastard, anyway? (none / 0) (#2)
by Screamin Monkey Bandit on Sat Jul 6th, 2002 at 09:02:56 PM PST
He shows up, immediately hates everyone present, has a fight, and wins. What the hell is up with that? Particle Man and Person Man seemed like pretty cool guys, but noooo, Triangle Man just felt the need to fuck them up, I guess. And now he's picking on infinity itself? What's next?

rhetorical bullocks (none / 0) (#3)
by Anonymous Reader on Tue Jul 9th, 2002 at 02:21:58 PM PST
"Gee mister, yur sure smart, huh."

Shame? Ha! (none / 0) (#4)
by Martz on Fri Sep 6th, 2002 at 06:02:44 PM PST
What an incredibley insightful view of existence! I applaud your imagination, I only wish my mind's eye were as sharp as yours.


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