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Hey since , the electromagnetic force range is infinite

it means that however how far you are from an object you will see it

and we know that for example with a light creating object, if at one time t, let's say a number n of photons are created , they will all become more far apart from each other. If n is not infinite, and one point there should be spaces between 2 photons of the time t photons circle (if object is circle, and if no obstacles)

and since , there's no spaces in reality , an infinite number of photons is created in a time range (t2 - t1) as close as possible to 0 :

therefore, time range : 10^-infinite

so in conclusion it would mean that in an infinitively small amount of time , an infinity of photons is created

how can this be ? or is it just our brains that are not developed enough to understand such things (i mean we can "know" , but its really hard to imaginate and be completely persuaded by this)

it means that however how far you are from an object you will see it

and we know that for example with a light creating object, if at one time t, let's say a number n of photons are created , they will all become more far apart from each other. If n is not infinite, and one point there should be spaces between 2 photons of the time t photons circle (if object is circle, and if no obstacles)

and since , there's no spaces in reality , an infinite number of photons is created in a time range (t2 - t1) as close as possible to 0 :

therefore, time range : 10^-infinite

so in conclusion it would mean that in an infinitively small amount of time , an infinity of photons is created

how can this be ? or is it just our brains that are not developed enough to understand such things (i mean we can "know" , but its really hard to imaginate and be completely persuaded by this)

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