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4th January 2009 - 12:50 AM
If you pass through every quantity lets say of speed the finite quantity can be associated with a size of infinity of the infinitely small. As finite sizes grow through every quantity the infinity size of the infinitely small grows through every size of infinity in between.
Infinity as a size and the collection of the infinitely small as the finite both come together in math. And physical forces change in this mathematical way when they change strength. When a force changes it must pass through all the strengths inbewteen.
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