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Yes assume, but reality tells us very clearly about a Planck length, ergo, unless you can prove that wrong, your assumtion remains simply that, and it isn't me that it makes look like an ....assuming that is theoretical, not reality, and/so there is no 'paradox' to it, simply aOriginally posted by canute

All one need do is assume that spacetime is infinitely divisible into infinitessimal but finite quanta.

*self deception*upon the idea of being able to number an infinity, you

**can, not!**

The idea of (n + 1) as being representative of counting to the infinite is a self deception...no matter how large you got, measure the 'other' side, (means make it "times two" (n + 1) x 2 ...simple) none the less, you cannot 'number' an infinity, it is

**un**countable.....so there isn't even really a paradox, just some confusing (ill)logic...

(n + 1) represents an 'activity' not a 'thing' infinity would be a 'thing'

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