do you think that words or mathemathic can explain the infinite? me i think that we know very little not even 1/100000000000000000000000000000000000 of what exist! just look at the spectrum of light what we see with our physical eye is very little to what is out there! or look at a human life compare to the life of the universe!we know so little we are just starting to learn!when you see over the gate that knowledge and life over there is at the light energy level that every thing is know that knowledge is like a universe of thought that travel at the speed of light! words and mathematic seams to be not much compare to that!

asked 26 Apr '11, 08:47

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white tiger

edited 26 Apr '11, 14:37

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neither words nor mathematics can explain the infinite,
yet many believe the riddle is solvable and try to set it within a form


answered 26 Apr '11, 10:16

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As my source explains that there are ionfinate deminsions ( multiverse, other universes) , and within these are infinate amounts of parrelell and compleatly diffrent existances to ours. There are systems where there are no such things as pysical existance, The answer is there is NO way to do this! Our numbers cannot explain this and even if they could there wil;l be NO way to actauly percieve this as we exist with the minds and connection to the soul we have !!

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answered 26 Apr '11, 14:56

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TReb Bor yit-NE

my point exactely at a certain point even words can't describe things fully one needs to experiance!

(26 Apr '11, 18:38) white tiger

as for mathematics at a certain point they can't mesure what as no mass

(26 Apr '11, 18:40) white tiger

Check out the Mandelbrot Set.

Love and Light


answered 26 Apr '11, 10:08

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I would like to see the equation they are using. I love math and numbers. Math is the language that we use to describe our world. It can describe anything and everything so far. As above so below, as below so above, as within so without, as without, so within, therefore if we can use math to describe all of the seen then wouldn't it be true of the unseen? Now if I can just get my hands on that formula!


answered 26 Apr '11, 13:37

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