
Understanding
Infinity is a prerequisite to understanding Reality,
which is the
environment in which we live.
Describing Infinity, to those that haven't considered the concept
requires much repetition, introspection, and circular argument.
Infinity is very difficult to
understand because it does not exist; it is a singularity . . . nothing
else is like it; it is unique in every sense. Everything that Reality
is; Infinity is not.
Infinity has no physical properties by which
it can be described.
Infinity is a limit beyond Reality that cannot be reached
from Reality.
Infinity can only be described in the
negative . . . as to that which it is not.
A somewhat positive description concerning Infinity is that Infinity
is an absolute . . . a singularity. Or, it might be said that Infinity is the only provable concept . . .
precisely because: Infinity cannot be disproved.
The locus of Infinity is speed; not distance as is generally, or
intuitively perceived. This locus is
at both motionlessness and infinite speed. Thus, there is only ONE Infinity
. . . simultaneously and congruently at both the infinite and the infinitesimal extremes of Reality.
The INFINITE and the INFINITESIMAL have the SAME locus. This
concept is very important and very counterintuitive.
Deep within
every subatomic particle the infinitesimal is approached; and, beyond
the furthest Cosmic phenomena the infinite is approached; both loci are
"the same place". . . the place that cannot "be gotten to" from
Reality. If you could "look" out to the infinite, you
would be looking out from every atom that has existed or that will exist;
not, as some speculate: you would not see the back of your head because
of "spacetime" curvature.
Infinity, is a limit that cannot be reached within Reality; and, absolute
motionlessness
and infinite speed cannot be attained within Reality; therefore,
if Infinity is unreachable and a singularity, "no
motion" and "ultimate motion" are a singularity.
Thus, there is no difference between the extreme limits of Reality.
Both limits of Reality, the infinite and the infinitesimal, are
unreachable; and therefore, are Infinity . . . of which there is
only one.
Mathematicians consider many types of the infinite; often more than
forty. The infinites of mathematics are not truly the Infinity
of
Conceptualism;
there is only one Infinity. For instance: the numbering
system is NOT Infinity; no matter how large the number, it is
possible to "get to it"; and, add another number. Infinity
cannot "be gotten to" as any number (that must be within Reality)
can be "gotten
to."
Words that connote, or are equivalent to, Infinity are: UnReality,
Oneness, motionlessness, an absolute, a singularity . . . anything that
is not of Reality.
Infinity is absolute . . . something like: nothing to the
extreme.

