There is only one being, continuous, material, and motionless.

Let's take a moment to examine a number line.

5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70

It's pretty simple to understand. The line represents a distance, and the "|" characters symbolize different points on the line-the exact points are differentiated by the number below them.

Any number line is understood to have contain points which aren't necessarily designated by a number. For example, on the above number line we know that between 5 and 10 we can find the point 7. This example is illustrated below.

5 7 10

In fact, it is understood that there are an infinite number of points on any number line. Between 5 and 7 we can find the points 5.009852, 5.9, 6, 6.262623627000029873257690125762, 6.3336, 6.999, 6.9999, etc.

Rulers are examples of how we might commonly use a number line. Different rulers mark off different distances such as yards, feet, inches, centimeters, millimeters, and so on. Obviously rulers cannot be used to measure all distances because some distances may be too small to be measured practically with the naked eye.

Hypothetically speaking, let's say you had a worm and a razor blade. Let's also hypothesize that this particular worm is two inches long. Now if you were to cut this worm exactly in half you should have "two worms" each one inch long.

If you then took one of those one inch pieces and cut it in half you would then have two pieces each one fourth of an inch long-I don't really know how many times you can cut a worm in half before it stops becoming two worms and just becomes pieces of worm.

Theoretically, if you had the right tools, you should be able to continue cutting that worm in half forever. You simply take one of those 1/4 inch pieces, cut it, and...

...Infinity has a relationship with mathematics proven by the existence of countable infinity and continuum infinity. Countably infinite numbers is any set which can be put in a one-to-one correspondence with the natural numbers (or integers) so that a prescription can be given for identifying its members one at a time is called a countably infinite (or denumerably infinite) set. Once one countable set is given, any other set which can be put into...

...The Enigma of Infinity
1 denumerability of rational ‘Numbers’
To understand certain qualities of infinite one has to fathom the notion of what intrinsic values we consider numbers. “A number isn’t a number” as stated by Georg Cantor, nineteenth century mathematician. Cantor developed what is known as Cantors Theory of Sets, which states as follows,
“For comparing the magnitude of two different sets, the basic notion is that of equivalence.
In other words elements A and...

...Milk ring test
In lactating animals, the MRT can be used for screening herds for brucellosis. In large herds (>100 lactating cows), the sensitivity of the test becomes less reliable. False-positive reactions may occur in recently vaccinated cattle (less than 4 months) or in samples containing abnormal milk, such as colostrum or that due to mastitis.
Antigen production
MRT antigen is prepared from concentrated, killed B. abortus strain 99 or 1119-3 cell suspension, grown as...

...To Infinity and Beyond
We all have vivid memories of those late summer evenings when the moon is so large we just want to reach out and touch it. James “Jim” Lovell also had this experience, but with one big difference: he got close enough to actually do it. In all of history, in all the millions and millions of people who have walked the Earth, only 12 were lucky enough and skilled enough to have had this experience. They didn’t just see it through some big, fancy telescope,...

...To Infinity and Beyond
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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Professor Steve Marin
Denise Serna
Political Science 102
Fall, 2007
11/6/2007
Introduction
For hundreds, even thousands, of years billions of people have looked to the deep, dark, shimmering sky and wondered what existed up there. In view are stars, constellations, planets, and, of course, the sun and the moon. What about beyond what the human eye can see? How can the universe be...

...Spanish expressions:
Hola | Hello, Hi |
Buenos dias | Good morning |
Buenas tardes | Good afternoon/evening |
Buenas noches | Good night |
Adios | Bye |
Hasta pronto | See you soon |
Hasta luego | See you later |
Hasta manana | See you tomorrow |
Por favor | Please |
Gracias | Thank you |
Muchas gracias | Thank you so much |
De nada | You’re welcome |
No hay de que | Don’t mention it |
En absoluto | Not at all |
No hay problema | No problem |
iQue tengas un...

... Little Infinities
Lonely under the dome of stars and the striking moonlight, I gaze into the hollowness of pitch darkness. Lost in the midst of lurking shadows, nights without you is the circle of overwhelming gush of pain. Aeons of time, wondering, painting the face of yours deep in my heart, your absence seems to shrink away the life of mine. Everytime I am mirrored to your individuality, your skin, your eyes, your beautiful soul.
Desparation of parting is as...

...The Man Who Knew Infinity:
A life of the Genius Ramanujan
by Robert Kanigel
The book The Man who Knew Infinity, by Robert Kanigel, sheds light on the life of Indian mathematical genius Srinivasa Ramanujan. Ramanujan’s story is exceptional due to his background and all the circumstances that surrounded his life. The book explains to the very smallest detail, who Ramanujan really was as a human, the challenges he overcame and why he was so special....