i have a small (i think) question: a value of zero is a definite value, right? it's easily quantifiable. you either have it or you don't. and a value of 1 is also definite. however, a value of infinity is not definite. it's an indefinite value. now, the question is.... do quantifiable values become less definite the higher they go? in other words is 100 less definite than 1 or 0? probably not enough to matter. but what about 10E10 or 10E50 or higher values? is there simply a line that is crossed where an infinite value becomes less definite? does the same apply to negative quantities? for example, is a quantity of -100 apples equally indefinite as a quantity of infinite apples?