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Infinity also has a relationship with physics which can be seen and proved by the theoretical applications of physical infinity. The practice of refusing infinite values for measurable quantities does not come from a priori or ideological motivations, but rather from more methodological and pragmatic motivations. One of the needs of any physical and scientific theory is to give usable formulas that... [continues]
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