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20th Jul '17 2:53:49 PM Siempie
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* ''VideoGame/SonicForces'' features a character named "Infinite".

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* ''VideoGame/SonicForces'' features introduces a villainous and ''extremely'' powerful character named "Infinite".
20th Jul '17 12:24:33 PM SonicSolSnake
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* The band Hoobastank has their name often stylized as h∞bastank, which contains an Infinite symbol.




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* ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots'' has it implied in its infamous "Zero becomes one, one becomes 100" and it will continue from there and taking back it to one goes back to 100 again in the [[ContemplateOurNavels navelgaze]] during the ending by [[spoiler:Big Boss]] when [[spoiler:he euthanizes Major Zero]].
-->'''[[spoiler:Big Boss]]''': "Everything has its beginning... But doesn't start at 'one.' It starts long before that... In chaos, the world is born... from zero. The moment zero becomes one is the moment the world springs to life. One becomes two... Two becomes 10... 10 becomes 100. Taking it all back to one solves nothing. So long as zero remains... One... will eventually grow to 100 again."
* ''VideoGame/SonicForces'' features a character named "Infinite".
3rd Jun '17 9:26:02 AM nombretomado
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* TVTropes itself does it: InfinityPlusOneSword, InfinityMinusOneSword, InfinityPlusOneElement, MoreThanInfinite. As Infinity is not a number (being, ya know, infinite), adding or substracting one means nothing, meaning that infinity +1 and infinity -1 are still infinity and thus the same thing.[[note]]While infinity +1 and infinity -1 are the same in the cardinal numbers (the set of integers with one missing or with another element added has the same number of values: aleph null) In the ordinal numbers, while 1+infinity (called omega instead of infinity to distinguish from other infinities) is still omega, omega plus 1 is its own number (called omega plus 1). The surreal numbers have both omega + 1 and omega - 1 (though the latter might not behave quite how one expects). If someone makes a statement about infinity, it might be useful to make sure you know what infinity or what type of infinity they are talking about. [[/note]]

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* TVTropes Wiki/TVTropes itself does it: InfinityPlusOneSword, InfinityMinusOneSword, InfinityPlusOneElement, MoreThanInfinite. As Infinity is not a number (being, ya know, infinite), adding or substracting one means nothing, meaning that infinity +1 and infinity -1 are still infinity and thus the same thing.[[note]]While infinity +1 and infinity -1 are the same in the cardinal numbers (the set of integers with one missing or with another element added has the same number of values: aleph null) In the ordinal numbers, while 1+infinity (called omega instead of infinity to distinguish from other infinities) is still omega, omega plus 1 is its own number (called omega plus 1). The surreal numbers have both omega + 1 and omega - 1 (though the latter might not behave quite how one expects). If someone makes a statement about infinity, it might be useful to make sure you know what infinity or what type of infinity they are talking about. [[/note]]
19th May '17 9:35:57 PM nombretomado
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->-SchoolhouseRock, "Figure Eight"

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24th Jan '17 4:20:22 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* Based on studies of the cosmic microwave background, that among other things show a flat (with no measurable curvature) Universe[[note]]This type of Universe is inmune to paradoxes as the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olbers_paradox Olbers paradox]], as is finite in age and expanding -better said, accelerating its expansion-[[/note]], the Universe is typically described as being infinite. However there's a considerable difference between "infinite" and "so humongous and so young that we cannot determine its actual size and shape", and some [[AlienGeometries finite shapes]] are also flat.

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* Based on studies of the cosmic microwave background, that among other things show a flat (with no measurable curvature) Universe[[note]]This Universe, the Universe is typically described as being infinite[[note]]This type of Universe is inmune to paradoxes as the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olbers_paradox Olbers paradox]], as is finite in age and expanding -better said, accelerating its expansion-[[/note]], the Universe is typically described as being infinite.expansion-[[/note]]. However there's a considerable difference between "infinite" and "so humongous and so young that we cannot determine its actual size and shape", and some [[AlienGeometries finite shapes]] are also flat.
24th Jan '17 4:19:15 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* Based on studies of the cosmic microwave background, that among other things show a flat (with no measurable curvature) Universe[[note]]This type of Universe is inmune to paradoxes as the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olbers_paradox Olbers paradox]], as is finite in age and expanding -better said, accelerating its expansion-[[/note]], the Universe is typically described as being infinite. However there's a considerable difference between "infinite" and "so humongous and so young that we cannot determine its actual size and shape", and some [[AlienGeometries finite shapes]] are also flat.



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* Based on studies of the cosmic microwave background, that among other things show a flat (with no measurable curvature) Universe[[note]]This type of Universe is inmune to paradoxes as the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olbers_paradox Olbers paradox]], as is finite in age and expanding -better said, accelerating its expansion-[[/note]]. the Universe is typically described as infinite. However there's a considerable difference between "infinite" and "so humongous and so young that we cannot determine its actual size and shape".
24th Jan '17 4:16:25 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* Based on studies of the cosmic microwave background, that among other things show a flat (with no measurable curvature) Universe[[note]]This type of Universe is inmune to paradoxes as the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olbers_paradox Olbers paradox]], as is finite in age and expanding -better said, accelerating its expansion-[[/note]]. the Universe is typically described as infinite. However there's a considerable difference between "infinite" and "so humongous and so young that we cannot determine its actual size and shape".
9th Aug '16 12:12:36 PM yarrunmace
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* At this point, Wizards of the Coast doesn't even bother with making numbers in ''MagicTheGathering'' stay finite anymore. But the most annoying of these is Time Vault (which enters play "tapped", or off, does not "untap" or turn on at the start of your turn like normal, and lets you untap it by skipping a turn, so that you can tap it to take another turn) and Voltaic Key (which, for one mana and a tap, lets you untap any artifact). With this combo, [[GameBreaker you have infinite turns]]. And then there's the [[LethalJokeItem Mox Lotus]], a card from ''Unhinged'' that can be tapped for infinity colorless mana. Setting up infinite combos like this is considered a basic deck build style; they aren't as overpowered as they look at first glance since they take time to set up and are vulnerable to disruption.

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* At this point, Wizards of the Coast doesn't even bother with making numbers in ''MagicTheGathering'' stay finite anymore. But mocks the most annoying of these is Time Vault (which enters play "tapped", or off, does not "untap" or turn on at concept with the start of your turn like normal, and lets you untap it by skipping a turn, so that you can tap it to take another turn) and Voltaic Key (which, for one mana and a tap, lets you untap any artifact). With this combo, [[GameBreaker you have infinite turns]]. And then there's the [[LethalJokeItem [[JokeItem Mox Lotus]], a card from ''Unhinged'' that can the unofficial [[SelfParody]] set, ''Unhinged''. Parodying the [[GameBreaker infamously broken]] Black Lotus and Mox cards, Mox Lotus could be tapped for infinity infinite colorless mana. Setting up Additionally, there are numerous official card combos that can be used to gain infinite mana/life points/creatures, and a number of decks are built around assembling those combos like this is considered a basic deck build style; they aren't as overpowered as they look at first glance since they take time to set up and are vulnerable using them to disruption.
either destroy the opponent or force them to concede.
10th Jul '16 9:38:04 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* One of the themes in the ''Aquarion'' franchise, the various titular mecha from ''GenesisOfAquarion'', ''AquarionEvol'', and ''AquarionLogos'' all have the power to grow and create new powers infinitely thanks to their pilots. ''Logos'' takes this a step forward by having a monster representing nothingness [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu being punched to death at the half way point]].

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* One of the themes in the ''Aquarion'' franchise, as the various titular mecha from ''GenesisOfAquarion'', ''AquarionEvol'', ''Anime/GenesisOfAquarion'', ''Anime/AquarionEvol'', and ''AquarionLogos'' ''Anime/AquarionLogos'' all have the power to grow and create new powers infinitely thanks to their pilots. ''Logos'' takes this a step forward by having a monster representing nothingness [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu being punched to death at the half way point]].
16th May '16 7:59:44 AM YapoolSeijin
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* In TheMovie of ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'', the final, almighty clash between the title mecha and the copycat villain is so powerful it absorbs the pocket universe around it, zooming out until the scene shows no more than two intertwined, struggling specks in a featureless void, which briefly become an infinity symbol before everything explodes back into epic mecha-anime action. What this is supposed to actually mean is anyone's guess.

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* One of the themes in the ''Aquarion'' franchise, the various titular mecha from ''GenesisOfAquarion'', ''AquarionEvol'', and ''AquarionLogos'' all have the power to grow and create new powers infinitely thanks to their pilots. ''Logos'' takes this a step forward by having a monster representing nothingness [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu being punched to death at the half way point]].
* In TheMovie of ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'', the final, almighty clash between the title mecha and the copycat villain is so powerful it absorbs the pocket universe around it, zooming out until the scene shows no more than two intertwined, struggling specks in a featureless void, which briefly become an infinity symbol before everything explodes back into epic mecha-anime the action. What this is supposed to actually mean is anyone's guess.
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