Also somewhat related to this.
I came up with an idea on how to count past infinity.
If I put the number 1 over 0 or 1/0, then I have created a small infinity.
0.1111111111111111111111111111111111 to infinity.
0.222222222222222222222222222222 to infinity.
0.333333333333333333333333333333 to infinity.
and so on.
Infinity is the max you can go but it says you can go forever.
In my infinity I set the max at the number 1, but I allowed another dimension in the form of decimal points.
So there is a still a max number but you can still go forever which means 1/0 is an infinity.
So if I put 2/1 then I have created a bigger infinity lapped over my smaller infinity which means I technically counted over infinity.
There is also this possibility that 3x+1 is the answer.
There is no answer because it is the answer to a problem that humanity has not found yet.
We found the answer before the problem.
its like saying ,
What is 3 divided by 3.
The answer is 1.
Now what is the answer to 1.
1 is not a question but an answer.
If you spent your entire life trying to figure out the answer to 1 you still wouldnt get it because 1 is not a question but instead an answer.You would die confused.
Its the answer not the question
So according to quantum mechanics and Schrodinger's thought experiment: Cat In The Box, all
possibilities are equally possible until the answer is viewed.
So when the variable is not defined the variable becomes all numbers and is therefore infinite.
so 3 times infinity is still infinity. But the 1 is on a different level than the 3x. It implies that the 1 is part of a higher infinity.
So we could write it as 2|∞
+ add the 3x
Ever hear of exponents?
they multiply numbers by themselves.
you place one on infinity
you have created an incomprehensible number.
do it to that number again and you're counting past absolute infinity.
Division works differently than that...
if you divide a number by 1, it'll stay the same.
dividing a number by 0.1 will make it 10 times bigger.
The closer you get to 0 the bigger the number is.
In fact, dividing a number by zero is such an impossibly big number that it's shown as "Undefined"
due to its impossible mass.