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Picture a coordinate system. What are A and B? They are points, correct. So let A be at (1,1) and B at (11,11). When connected A and B form a line, which we might say has a beginning and an end. Since we see the line’s A and B, we can perceive it, understand it and measure it. It has a slope of 1 and length of 10√2. It’s finite. Now let’s introduce ∞ to the game a.k.a. infinity, in Latin infinitas which means unboundedness. Imagine, where do we place ∞ on the coordinate system? “How do we place the unbounded on the bounded coordinate system” you might ask. That’s unquestionably impossible, it would violate the laws of mathematics and physics. In the Ancient World people were imagining and depicting infinity with the ouroboros snake. Intriguing.

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Yes.

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InThe Grid:Toronto is obviously better than New York, because our Park Avenue

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## QUE FINOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

FELIZ CUMPLEAÑOS COCO

Whaaatt!! D: que frito jajajaja y bueno de paso feliz cumpleaños! XD

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