Monday, January 02, 2006

The extraordinary machine



" I suppose infinity always dazzles us, and I have never been able to build up a good intuition about the concept. The problem is compounded here because there are actually two infinities competing with each other: there is the infinite volume of space, and there is the infinite shrinkage, or compression, represented by the padded, counter space singularity. However much you shrink an infinite space, it is still infinite. On the other hand, any finite region within infinite space, however large, can be compressed to a single area just under the sales counter…"

Another Sam Renseiw quantum leap. Go figure it out: by clicking here, or enter the above, padded multiverse.

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