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I have been thinking about black holes and the different sizes that they come in. With regular black holes and super massive and all of the in between black holes it begs a question. Can one infinity be bigger than the other? All black holes are said to have infinitely dense centers with infinite levels of mass. But Super Massive are, well, super massive and thus common sense would say that they are even more dense than regular black holes. But when you look at the research it still says that it is infinitely dense and has an infinite amount of mass.

I have read simple explanations that there are also an infinite amount of points between one inch and two inches on a ruler but an even bigger infinite number of points between one inch and one foot on that ruler.

Would all of these infinities simply imply that the numbers are indeed finite. But we don't have the means of getting precise readings, or does it go deeper than that?

Clear Skies!

Mo

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# Black Holes and Variable Infinities

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