Sunday, August 7, 2016

Universal & International Infinity Day

The number of grains of sand on all the beaches of the world is less than infinity.

The number of stars in this universe is less than infinity.

However, under normal conditions, without wormholes and warped space, a body starting from rest and accelerating toward the speed of light would require an infinite amount of energy to get there.

Between any two real numbers is an infinite number of real numbers no matter how close those two numbers  are to each other.  Even if they are separated by an infinitesimal.

On the other hand, it is not possible, at least not in human terms in the real world, for two points to be infinitesimally close to each other or for two moments to be infinitesimally close in a  MEASURABLE way.  We are cut off from observing the underlying structure of the universe--if any-- by the quantum nature of our instruments.  The information is hidden by forces, structures and sizes we cannot pierce.  Some say there is chaos, or foam, or a virtual universe that is constantly coming apart and coming back together beneath the  shortest of the short distances and quickest of the quick moments.



Cyber Sun Duvet Cover featuring the digital art As The Cyber Sun Shrinks And Sets by Michael Skinner

Fractal Fire Flower Flameout Postcard

Rainbow Fire Flower Signature Matte Card

Rainbow Wedding Favor Heart Wall Decal

Home Decor


Fractal Fire Flower Neoprene Lunch Bag

Rainbow Fractal Clouds Throw Pillow featuring the digital art Mighty Clouds Of Joy by Michael Skinner

Fractured Fractal Rainbow Print featuring the digital art Fractal Rainbow by Michael Skinner

Lenz by poetrymanpoetry

Linear Rainbow by poetrymanpoetry

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