“Finite” from the point of view of “infinity”

“Infinite” is not a number.

There are two types of infinities.

• 1,2,3,…….. — (This is “never ending”)
• n/0 — (This is “never happening”)

“Never Happening” is NOT a true form of infinity. Any reasoning based on n/0 treated as infinity or infinite power etc. is a fallacious reasoning.

Infinity (idea thereof) exists only from the point of view of “finite”. We know of finite entities and we are encountered with never ending streams or possibilities of those finite entities. Therefore infinity exists only from the point of view of finite.

Now we come to the main question regarding whether finite exists from the point of view of infinity?

Well … infinity is not an entity. It is a process. It is process of “never ending”. This loop process is dealing with already accumulated stuff. It is not dealing with infinite stuff. So yes … the loop process of never ending which is known as infinity, for any moment, deals with finite stuff how much large that may be. Finite always exist from whatever point of view. Contrary to this, infinity does not exist from whatever point of view. Only a process of next loop exists at any point in time, space or sequence.