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Sunday, September 4, 2016

Not even a dot

Size is all in the eye of the beholder there are very few ways to measure the size of things: mathematically, by comparison (which in a way is the same as mathematically), and by perspective. So by some measurements we are exceedingly small. Such as a comparison to infinity we are but one number out of infinitely many. However no matter how small our one number is it takes that microscopic number in order to make the larger infinite. So by that comparison we are a very finint piece in the puzzle of infinity. Then the argument could be made that we are so microscopic we are virtually nonexistent. Such as in math one divided into infinity is zero simply because the number is so microscopic it is insignificant. Then by that definition we are one and insignificant, likewise nonexistent. (H1)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

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