Reply
Gaming Beast
Registered: 07/27/2003
Offline
2261 posts
 

Re: what's infinite?

Dec 26, 2006


xXRobbyXx wrote:
universe





Message 31 of 40 (1 View)
Reply
0 Likes
Fender Bender
Registered: 03/19/2006
Offline
3587 posts
 

Re: what's infinite?

Dec 26, 2006


Warriorexe wrote:


(XX44XX)GaMeR wrote:


Warriorexe wrote:


(XX44XX)GaMeR wrote:


Warriorexe wrote:


(XX44XX)GaMeR wrote:


Warriorexe wrote:


(XX44XX)GaMeR wrote:


Warriorexe wrote:
Numbers are infinite.
 
Everything else,is not.
 
The universe,for example.It can be destroyed by a huge meteor or a planet going off-course it's orbit(doubt it),and who can forget,Nuclear Wraming and Nuclear War,or hell,even a Nuclear Winter.
 
Numbers can go on forever,but there is a flaw(maybe).
 
1 is actually 2(or 3 if you use this 1),so there is not actually a 1 nor 2.


actually the only thing out of your list that can destroy the universe is hell. the others are just things that can destroy Earth


Isn't the universe Earth,or did my 1st grade memory get all blurry?


**slaps Warriorexe**


*Punches GaMeR in the face and knees him/her in the nuts/stomach*
 
*Leaves thread*


**chases Warriorexe out of thread and shoots him with a shotgun and with much difficulty** **checks into hospital**


*I get out of bed*
 
*Nukes hospital and this forum and thread and world*
 
*Flys to another site*


**haunts Warriorexe for the rest of his life**


*GaMeR's ghost doesn't realize that I can kill the "un-natural" of this world*


**already dead (says it in sing-song)**

��� user.

Message 32 of 40 (1 View)
Reply
0 Likes
Fender Bender
Registered: 03/19/2006
Offline
3587 posts
 

Re: what's infinite?

Dec 26, 2006


xXRobbyXx wrote:
if you guys continue like this i bet this thread is gonna be infinite 


im already dead so i can stay here for the rest of eternity Smiley Tongue

��� user.

Message 33 of 40 (1 View)
Reply
0 Likes
Survivor
Registered: 12/25/2006
Offline
2641 posts
 

Re: what's infinite?

Dec 26, 2006
mathematics greater in number, size, or scope than any arbitrarily assigned value
Photobucket
Message 34 of 40 (1 View)
Reply
0 Likes
Fender Bender
Registered: 03/19/2006
Offline
3587 posts
 

Re: what's infinite?

Dec 26, 2006


KILLZONE-66 wrote:
mathematics greater in number, size, or scope than any arbitrarily assigned value


??? 0_o

��� user.

Message 35 of 40 (1 View)
Reply
0 Likes
Keyblade Wielder
Registered: 04/20/2005
Offline
10305 posts
 

Re: what's infinite?

Dec 26, 2006


xXRobbyXx wrote:
universe


I take your universe and raise it by 1
Universe + 1
I WIN!!!!!
Message 36 of 40 (1 View)
Reply
0 Likes
Survivor
Registered: 12/25/2006
Offline
2641 posts
 

Re: what's infinite?

Dec 26, 2006


swattkidd wrote:


xXRobbyXx wrote:
universe


I take your universe and raise it by 1
Universe + 1
I WIN!!!!!


haahhahah--NO!! thats  the same as INFINETE!
Photobucket
Message 37 of 40 (1 View)
Reply
0 Likes
Fender Bender
Registered: 07/28/2004
Offline
3784 posts
 

Re: what's infinite?

Dec 26, 2006
Time is infinite I guess, since we can't comprehend when that will end.  I think the universe is infinite to a certain degree.  Let's face it, we only theorize that it's constantly expanding, we've never seen the end of it.  We don't know if there even is an end.  Numbers are infinite, they just go on forever.  I don't think anything else is really infinite.





Go Pre
53, 1:58, 3:12, 4:32
Message 38 of 40 (1 View)
Reply
0 Likes
Uncharted Territory
Registered: 08/27/2006
Offline
1741 posts
 

Re: what's infinite?

Dec 26, 2006
for all of you talking about pi, this is what it is
http://pi.ytmnd.com
(make sure you have your speakers on)


Message 39 of 40 (1 View)
Reply
0 Likes
Highlighted
Fender Bender
Registered: 07/28/2004
Offline
3784 posts
 

Re: what's infinite?

Dec 26, 2006


sillyokid wrote:
for all of you talking about pi, this is what it is
http://pi.ytmnd.com
(make sure you have your speakers on)


Who the hell has the time to do that.  It made laugh though, good find.





Go Pre
53, 1:58, 3:12, 4:32
Message 40 of 40 (1 View)
Reply
0 Likes