INFINITY

Infinity appears in many equations.

Examples:

1-For light at constant speed (c) in vacuum, time is "frozen" (eternal situation).

2-When the Schrodinger (Ψ) wave - function ''collapses" the situation is infinite/eternal.

3-Beyond the event horizon of a black hole, time will stop (eternal situation)

But there is a scientific motto: "If you get infinity (∞) in an equation it's usually a sign that you've made a mistake".

Nature doesn't make mistakes.

Mistakes are made by those who, instead of understanding "what infinity is", avoid the concept of "infinity".

“Nature does nothing uselessly.” /Aristotle/

Infinity appears in many equations.

Examples:

1-For light at constant speed (c) in vacuum, time is "frozen" (eternal situation).

2-When the Schrodinger (Ψ) wave - function ''collapses" the situation is infinite/eternal.

3-Beyond the event horizon of a black hole, time will stop (eternal situation)

But there is a scientific motto: "If you get infinity (∞) in an equation it's usually a sign that you've made a mistake".

Nature doesn't make mistakes.

Mistakes are made by those who, instead of understanding "what infinity is", avoid the concept of "infinity".

“Nature does nothing uselessly.” /Aristotle/