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If there are an infinite number of whole numbers, and an infinite number of decimals between any two whole numbers, and an infinite number of decimals in between any two decimals, does that mean that there are infinite infinities? And an infinite number of those infinities? And an infinite number of those infinities? And an infinite number of those infinities? And an infinite number of those infinities? And… (Infinitely times. And that infinitely times. And..) …
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>>16110030
Yes but that can all be reduced into a single "thing", base-8 (Vortex Math), not Octadecimal (8 of 10).
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>>16110030
In you example picture it looks like he started off from the perspective of √-1 as his 0/1 point, not base-10 -1, hence it has to be expressed as i.

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No, that does not mean there are infinite infinities. You first have to show you're dealing with different infinities.

As an example, the infinite number of whole numbers and the infinite number of rational numbers is the same infinity.
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>>16110212
>You first have to show you're dealing with different infinities.
Infinite broad, 1-infinity, and infinitepy precise, 1-.0...1. Second, it seems youre only using base 10, which I didnt find very helpful in "Infinity Maths", hence why so many in Physics use Phi (a lot of measurments based off of Phi, or base-Phi).

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>>16110229
>Infinite broad, 1-infinity, and infinitepy precise, 1-.0...1.
Or Infinity Squared.

We can always up the dimensions...but not everyone is we.
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>>16110234
>Or Infinity Squared.
Which when unfolded becomes cubic, you can intuit this forever but after that point you'll have no choice but to swap base systems or ramp up dimensions as the base system itself becomes the limiting factor.
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>>16110240
One way to "solve all of that" is to use base-Phi/Pi/i/etc or something.

Its just...hard to teach someone how to view reality from base-Pi.
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>>16110195
Because the root definitions of 1 become based of different things using base-10 for cross communication.

Inter-subspecies communications via Mathematics.
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>>16110243
>using base-10
Or the decimal (dec- means 10) system I should say, but most commonly base-10.

https://youtu.be/B3LhEq6gnvo

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