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Georg Cantor was wrong about infinity. Greatest Mistake in History True Infinity explained

Infinity - boundless endless = ∞
Mathematics/universe - bound end = ()

Cantor said ( ∞ )
Greatest Oxymoron in existence

Cantor did find something, however it is not Actual infinity.

What he found:
The infinite possibilities within the core of our numerical system, the Number 1.

ALL types of numerical expressions, be it fractions, decimal points, percentages, whole numbers etc are different ways of expressing this one number. Hence, 
What Cantor perceived to have found = ( ∞ ), an infinite restricted by time and space
What Cantor actually found = ( 1 ). 

Now to what I found about the number 1 in finite. (1)
There are many ways to express mathematics, but what is the core?
x, ÷ , √ , Etc are grouped and fancy symbols explaining the only two symbols. + and  -.
Every mathematical expression can be explain by these two symbols. Remembering maths is finite, this numeric 1 is comprised of or subject to 

( + | - )
This is Theory of Everything.


Quantum Mechanics states for nothing to create something, laws must be in place for nothing to produce something.

How do you explain this. Easy....

+ ( + | - )
This is the link between Quantum Mechanics and Gravitational Physics.

Even a law however is not nothing, but something. It is an action and must proceed an entity.

1 + ( + | - )

What is 1 added onto finite or 1 added onto Mathematics as the equation shows.

It is ∞.
1 + ( + | - ) = ∞
The Actual True infinity

This means
If we add 1 onto finite addition itself, we have infinite positive and respectively 1 added onto subtraction itself, infinite negative
1 + (+) = + ∞ 
1 + (-) = - ∞ 

Religiously what does this mean?

God (1) created (+) everything ((+|-)) and after judgement day (=), depending on our free will choices, we could end up in either heaven ( + ∞) or hell ( - ∞ ).

Please watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpVHJJMxZa8 to understand the theological aspect of equation.


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  • Aug 24 2012: I thank you for your response and your criticism.
    I do consider the universe and it's restrictions as everything, but not totality.
    Anything that is restricted and finite, be it our mathematics or our known universe, even if in future another universe is found, these are a part of that everything.

    Outside of the finite however there is an infinite, which I do not consider a part of the restrictions. A creator does not need to be a part of the creator, a simple example is if I draw a picture, I am not a part of the picture even though it is my art.

    The way you are describing Totality, as you have titled it, is how Cantor perceived it, that is the infinite possibilities within the finite, hence no bound or end. 

    My argument is we must come to accept that the infinite can not, in any shape or form be restricted.
    We must look before and beyond the Time Space ideology in order to understand how big is the infinite, in totality.

    I again thank you for your response.

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