I don't have too. Even when this is a philosophy subforum, the issue of PHYSICS was invoked. When one claims that "... infinite results in physics are considered as meaningless and useless as paradoxical results..", then it is a valid response to cite EXACT examples of where such a claim is false. I have produced just a few of these examples in which such singularities are not only part of the theory and description of these real-world phenomena, but also have been detected. It is a physics issue, and there's no dumbing it down. It makes zero sense to me to make claims about something that one has no knowledge of in the first place.Considering that this is the philosophy board, it is rather strange to assume that every philosopher knows the details of such matters.
I have no idea, as I don't speak that language. Please provide a theoretical account, in English, of how infinity occurs in the real world.
Please note that this is still a "Physics Forums" and unlike other other public forums, there are professional physicists, mathematicians, etc. on here. So if anyone tries to strengthen his/her arguments by invoking such subject matters, but using it based on lack of understanding or outright ignorance, then one should expect to be corrected. The Global PF Guidelines STILL apply in here, and that includes the spreading of misinformation regarding these subject matters.