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Re: what's infinite?

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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.
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Re: what's infinite?

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PSPlagueX wrote:

G223 wrote:
Pie.
the number.

I thought it was spelled "Pi".  Whatever, doesn't really matter anyway. Smiley Tongue

Yeah, it is.
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Re: what's infinite?

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Overclocked Cellist wrote:


G223 wrote:
Pie.
the number.
 
 


pi

3.14...


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It's much longer than that. 3.14 is  rounded.


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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

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Re: what's infinite?

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dArK_RoMeO wrote:


Overclocked Cellist wrote:


G223 wrote:
Pie.
the number.
 
 


pi

3.14...


Message Edited by Overclocked Cellist on 12-26-2006 04:04 PM

It's much longer than that. 3.14 is  rounded.


Message Edited by dArK_RoMeO on 12-26-2006 02:13 PM

hence the dot dot dot

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Re: what's infinite?

Dec 26, 2006
Nothing in this universe is truly infinite.
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(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?
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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**

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pie is approximately  3.14159265358979323846 go ahead and quote me on that
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(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*
 
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