26th Oct '17 6:03:44 AM

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* WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths has Owlman ponder that if each choice any person makes creates another world to go with the MultiverseTheory presented in the movie, that means 'Billions of people making billions of choices create infinite worlds' - It's an impressively large number of worlds made if such was the case, but it still isn't Infinite.

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* ~~WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths ~~''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths'' has Owlman ponder that if each choice any person makes in turn creates another world to go with the ~~MultiverseTheory ~~TheMultiverse Theory presented in the movie, that means 'Billions of people making billions of choices create infinite worlds' - It's an impressively large number of worlds made if such was the case, but it still isn't Infinite.

26th Oct '17 6:01:58 AM

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* WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths has Owlman ponder that if each choice any person makes creates another world to go with the MultiverseTheory presented in the movie, that means 'Billions of people making billions of choices create infinite worlds' - It's an impressively large number of worlds made if such was the case, but it still isn't Infinite.

* WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueCrisisOnTwoEarths has Owlman ponder that if each choice any person makes creates another world to go with the MultiverseTheory presented in the movie, that means 'Billions of people making billions of choices create infinite worlds' - It's an impressively large number of worlds made if such was the case, but it still isn't Infinite.

15th Sep '17 2:50:55 PM

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* In algebra, a multi-step equation can have infinite solutions, which means any number works to make the equation true.

3rd Sep '17 5:30:15 AM

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* Based on studies of the cosmic microwave background, that among other things show a flat (with no measurable curvature) 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]]. 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.

* Based on studies of the cosmic microwave background, that among other things show a flat (with no measurable curvature) 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]]. 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, 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]]. 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 Aug '17 10:15:37 AM

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* ''VideoGame/SonicForces'' introduces a villainous and ''extremely'' powerful character named "Infinite".

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* ''VideoGame/SonicForces'' introduces a villainous and ''extremely'' powerful character named ~~"Infinite".~~

Infinite. The infinity-symbol is also heavily associated with him.

20th Jul '17 2:53:49 PM

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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

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* The band Hoobastank has their name often stylized as h∞bastank, which contains an Infinite symbol.

* 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".

-->'''[[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

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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

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->-SchoolhouseRock, "Figure Eight"

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24th Jan '17 4:20:22 PM

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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.

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