Infinity?

Infinity? What is infinity? Where is it? How is it defined? How can one even adequately describe it? Where does it begin? Where does it end? Does it even have a beginning and an end? Is it linear? Is it a sort of universal hologram? How could a model be developed to show infinity? Can it be a number?

If any philosopher had been asked for a definition of infinity, he might have produced some unintelligible rigmarole, but he would certainly not have been able to give a definition that had any meaning at all. –Bertrand Russell

If infinity cannot be defined because it has no end, does that mean that it is not finite, but endless. Does it also signify that infinity can have a beginning but no end?

Are endless or boundless the words to describe or even define infinity? Can we say that infinity just is? What can we say infinity is not?

What does artificial intelligence tell us about infinity? Is infinity a single concept or could there be multiple infinities? Can we have infinite lines, infinite numbers, infinite possibilities? What about infinite love, infinite space, infinite intelligence? What about those googol numbers or googolplex numbers? Are they infinite?

What is your perspective of infinity? Can you describe it, define it, or frame it? Can you wrap your mind around it? Is it enough to accept the concept as endless and boundless?

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