
Within Conceptualism, Infinity
is equivalent to: ONEness,
motionlessness, and UnReality.
Infinity is an absolute, a singularity . . . Infinity
is the duality of the infinite and the
infinitesimal.
Infinity is a manifestation of speed; not locus, distance, nor size.
Infinity is a limit that can be approached, but not reached from Reality.
Most
subtly, the effects of Infinity are discernable by a careful
examination of the most fundamental manifestations of that which exists.
Perhaps, what is most counterintuitive about Infinity; and,
at the same time, of the utmost importance, for an understanding of the
structure and Triquametric motion of seminal
phenomena is that:



Infinity
is defined by the absence of motion (Reality, therefore, can be
defined as the presence of motion). If an infinite speed could be
obtained; motion would STOP; because there would be NO DISTANCE;
relativistic distance decreases with speed. Obviously, at an
infinitesimally slow speed motion would also STOP. Thus, the
infinite and the infinitesimal are congruent with the absence of
motion.
The many infinities of
mathematics are concepts that are not related in any manner with the
singularity that is the Infinity of Conceptualism.
Infinity
is not a distance, size, cardinality, or anything else that is of, or
within, Reality; Infinity is not something for the mathematician
to order or manipulate. Division by zero, "0," is simply
nonsense; division by something very, very small is merely something
very, very large. Georg Cantor's Continuum Hypothesis is dogma,
which is as absurd as any other current secular theory of origin or metaphysical dogma: i.e. The
Big Bang Theory, an anthropic God, etc.
Infinity
does not exist; and therefore, cannot be defined in any manner other
than the negative: such as; it cannot be divided nor added to; nor
disproved.
Infinity is defined by motion; that is . . . the absence
of motion. Motion is absent either because of infinite or
infinitesimal speed; when speed is infinite there is no distance; thus,
no motion. The instant there is motion, Reality exists.
Infinity is a limit beyond Reality that cannot be reached;
unlike a numbering system that can always be extended; and, no matter
how large, is always within Reality.
Infinity can not be divided; nor, added to. However, Infinity
can be within Infinity; regardless of where Infinity is located
within Infinity, "these concepts" are congruent.
Every subatomic particle, or Light wave, has a component
congruent with Infinity. These phenomena of particle and Light are
disparate and nonlocal; yet, at all times they are comprised of
congruent components. Thus, the omnipresence of Gravity's apparent,
illusional, gravitational "attraction" and Light's, near,
constant speed.
It could be said that the evolution of Reality begins near
Infinity and continues to it's furthest known state within the mind
of human beings.
As a singularity . . . there can be only one Infinity.
[Infinity, when uniquely
capitalized and italicized, is intended to be defined as it is herein;
and, as it is used within Conceptualism.
Other common words, which have precise and unique definitions in
Conceptualism are also indicated with particular styling; terms such
as: ONEness, Reality, Gravity, Universe, Consciousness, and LIGHT.]
The American
Heritage Dictionary contains the following Usage Note for
"Infinite":
Infinite
is sometimes grouped with absolute terms such as unique, absolute,
and omnipotent, since in its strict mathematical sense it allows
no degree modification or comparison; one quantity cannot be more
infinite than another... Unlike other absolute terms, however, infinite
also does not permit modification by adverbs such as nearly and almost;
mathematically, infinity is not approached by degrees. ...

