## Infinite Regress and Finiteness

### Infinite Regress and Finiteness

The continual change, as the diverging of one category into another, necessitates a finite number approaching infinity. This finite number is always changing through a regress to infinity, ie infinite regress, considering the change itself is unending. Infinite, never ending change, results in an infinite regress.

### Re: Infinite Regress and Finiteness

Infinity doesn't even regress. The movement is an illusory finity within In-finityEodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:09 am The continual change, as the diverging of one category into another, necessitates a finite number approaching infinity. This finite number is always changing through a regress to infinity, ie infinite regress, considering the change itself is unending. Infinite, never ending change, results in an infinite regress.

Knowledge of opposites is a spontaneously arising and self-sustaining feedback loop.

Infinite can only exist/be known in relation to finite. Finite can only exist/be known in relation to infinite.

As this immediate Not-knowing KNOWN.

The known can only be known from the past which is always now.

So what seems / appears to have moved, NEVER moves.

Infinity and finity are the same always now. Why, because there is no other place for infinity to happen.

Infinity happens In finity. . albeit illusory. In reality, no thing is ever happening, because finity is Infinity that can never complete or happen.

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### Re: Infinite Regress and Finiteness

Something at an infinite distance is simply not there. Infinitely small means 0

In reality there is Zer0 distance between the observer and the observed.

Observer of observed exist simultaneously as ONE - this apparent split is illusory for something can only exist in relation to nothing. Both are the same ONE KNOWING.

In reality there is Zer0 distance between the observer and the observed.

Observer of observed exist simultaneously as ONE - this apparent split is illusory for something can only exist in relation to nothing. Both are the same ONE KNOWING.

### Re: Infinite Regress and Finiteness

Infinity is observed through the continual now where each phenomenon, as composed of further phenomenon, continually diverges/converges to new phenomena. This regress is a process of ever diverging and converging phenomena.Dontaskme wrote: ↑Wed Jul 01, 2020 10:50 amInfinity doesn't even regress. The movement is an illusory finity within In-finityEodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:09 am The continual change, as the diverging of one category into another, necessitates a finite number approaching infinity. This finite number is always changing through a regress to infinity, ie infinite regress, considering the change itself is unending. Infinite, never ending change, results in an infinite regress.

Knowledge of opposites is a spontaneously arising and self-sustaining feedback loop.

Infinite can only exist/be known in relation to finite. Finite can only exist/be known in relation to infinite.

As this immediate Not-knowing KNOWN.

The known can only be known from the past which is always now.

So what seems / appears to have moved, NEVER moves.

Infinity and finity are the same always now. Why, because there is no other place for infinity to happen.

Infinity happens In finity. . albeit illusory. In reality, no thing is ever happening, because finity is Infinity that can never complete or happen.

.

Finiteness is multiple infinities. Take for example a line. It is infinite as composed of further lines. Each halving of the line results in a new line which is infinite thus resulting in multiple infinities.

### Re: Infinite Regress and Finiteness

Very good.Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Wed Jul 01, 2020 6:00 pm

Infinity is observed through the continual now where each phenomenon, as composed of further phenomenon, continually diverges/converges to new phenomena. This regress is a process of ever diverging and converging phenomena.

Finiteness is multiple infinities. Take for example a line. It is infinite as composed of further lines. Each halving of the line results in a new line which is infinite thus resulting in multiple infinities.

I like the halving of the line results in a new line analogy.