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“Infinity is bigger than you think”


Sometimes infinity is even bigger than you think… Dr James Grime explains with a little help from Georg Cantor.

YouTube video


Credit: Numbersphile

Minute Physics video on this topic: How to count infinity?

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  1. It still sounds like only one infinity between 0 and 1 are the fractions and decimals and so on until you reach 1 or is there an infinity between each number wow. Never pondered on this before and I ain’t no mathematician just curious.

  2. Infinity must include one micron point of being non infinate, otherwise if there is anything infinity does not include it can not be infinate. (paradox?)

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