Irrational Numbers as Expanding Space

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Irrational Numbers as Expanding Space

Post by Eodnhoj7 » Fri Feb 01, 2019 1:52 am

Irrational numbers as movement:

There is a 1 x 1, 90 degree angle where the hypotenuse is the square root of 2.

This hypotenuse is of the length 1.41421356.

So we have one line equivalent that effectively exists at a ratio of 1 (x→∞)/(y→∞) with this continuous "fractal" continually "moving" through opposing series of lines.

For example:

1.4 may observe a line of 1 and 40/100 lengths.
1.41 may observe a line of 1 and 41/100 lengths.
1.414 may observe a line of 1 and 414/1000 lengths which effectively observes the line lengthening.
Etc.

The problem occurs in the respect the fractal line effectively keeps expanding at a rate of infinity, but this cannot occurs without a problem in the respect the 90 degrees are effectively constant, the degrees would have to change as well so that while the hypotenuse is continually expanding the degree which construct the right angle are moving with it. Through the progression of time 1 right angle would not be equal to the next.

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