9 New Conceptions Of The Infinite — Part 03

Maxwell Akin
3 min readDec 10, 2023

You can find three more conceptions of the infinite right below.

And, if you want to read the first two parts, you can do so by clicking here and, then, here.

Regardless of that, though, let’s dive in!

Conception 07: A Quantitative Information Framework

Our seventh conception is rooted within an infinite information structure.

Come to think of it, that is incorrect.

Rather, our seventh conception is an infinite information structure.

Right within this infinite information structure, there exists as an infinite number of systems and structures — ad infinitum — each one connected to endless fractal topographies containing infinite levels, depths, and spaces — ad infinitum — all of which serve as a network.

A network that connects to infinite singularities that each contain infinite quantities.

Every single one of the infinite quantities within an infinite singularity serves as a nexus of infinite items, lists, entities, collections, sets, series; and so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

Right within a single item — among an infinite wealth of other examples — there exists an infinite wealth of infinite sets, series, lists; and so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

Each set and series and list — ad infinitum — is composed of infinite sections and divisions — ad infinitum — each of which contains infinite quantities of infinite infinities and infinite sections and divisions; ad infinitum.

Conception 08: A Simple Framework

Our eighth conception is vague, hazy, and unclear.

And, yet, it works and, furthermore, it is true.

A simple set of rules or series of bits or combination of elements — ad infinitum — can give birth to infinity.

Just as an example, you can consider our minds to be rooted within simple rules.

Simple rules that allow thought and experience and imagination and feeling — among so much more — to arise.

And, from this simplicity, there is infinite creativity, generativity, possibility, depth, richness; ad infinitum.

Our fractal conception, then, is rooted within the simplicity of a single thing or combination of things and, in turn, the infinite infinities that this creates, engenders, and allows for; ad infinitum.

Conception 09: Absolute Infinity

Somewhere out there, there is an infinity.

A singular infinity that is greater than all other infinities.

You might call this infinity “Absolute Infinity.”

No other infinities are greater, or higher, than this infinity.

Even the greatest infinities can never hope to scrape across the edge of Absolute Infinity.

And, yet, that is not the end.

Right within the matrix that is Absolute Infinity, there are an infinite network of hierarchies, scales, systems, and structures — ad infinitum — that allow for infinite gradations, iterations, conceptions, visions — ad infinitum — of Absolute Infinity to arise and, in turn, to be interacted with and explored; ad infinitum.

Just along the edges of this matrix, there are concepts and ideas, grown from within this sea of space and vision and concept, that transcend Absolute Infinity and, in doing so, go beyond all concepts of infinity, endlessness, and eternity; and so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

You can dive into these concepts and ideas for bodies of time and space that transcend even Absolute Infinity.

Or, you can apply them to the infinite things that you love and enjoy; a neverending library, for example.

And, in doing so, you will never reach the end, or any limits; ad infinitum.

Conclusion

To those who read this essay series, thank you so much!

And, even if you didn’t, thank you so much!

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Best wishes and please have a wonderful day!

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Maxwell Akin

Hey! I’m Max! I Hope You Enjoy What You’re Reading, And If You Want To Reach Me For Any Reason At All, You Can Do So At “maxwellcakin@gmail.com”.