How do you define infinity differently than an unreachable process?


On Monday, January 13, 2014 4:08:52 PM UTC-5, Liz R wrote:
> On 14 January 2014 02:32, Edgar L. Owen < <javascript:>>wrote:
>> Jason,
>> To answer your questions.
>> Reality must be finite. When the definition of infinity as an unreachable 
>> non-terminable PROCESS (keep adding 1 forever) is clearly understood it is 
>> obvious that nothing actual can be infinite. There is no getting around 
>> this. Nothing real can be infinite....
> Circular argument. If you *assume* infinity is the result of a process, 
> then obviously it can't be reached. Please justify that assumption.

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