I didn't get to copy my original thread about this, so I will restate my reasoning here:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Wuliheron has repeatedly brought up the "limitlessness paradox", to show that infinity was paradoxical. However, I posit that, since "infinity" does not mean "limitless", this paradox doesn't apply.

Perhaps there is some flaw in my reasoning (and I hope Wuliheron will point it out), but - if my reasoning holds true - the so-called "paradox of existence" may be (at least partially) resolved.

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# Infinity is NOT paradoxical.

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