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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Not sure if this is a topology question but here goes.

Imagine an infinitely long piece of string and I cut it in half with a pair of scissors.

Both pieces are still infinitely long but I'm now stood at the ends of infinitely long strings, how can I be at the end of something with infinite length?

Imagine an infinitely long piece of string and I cut it in half with a pair of scissors.

Both pieces are still infinitely long but I'm now stood at the ends of infinitely long strings, how can I be at the end of something with infinite length?