# Infinity Is Really, Really Big — Part 03

Our intention, with this essay, is clarifying.

Clarifying what?

3 more visions that highlight just how big infinity truly is.

You can read “Infinity Is Really, Really Big — Part 01,” by clicking on that link.

And, after doing so, you can read “Infinity Is Really, Really Big — Part 02,” by clicking on that link.

**Vision 07: Infinite In All Directions**

Our seventh vision is a space.

A space with the directions we are familiar with.

You can go up and down. And, then, left and right.

But, that is not all.

The space we are describing allows for movement that goes beyond notions of dimensionality.

You can go in infinite directions.

Directions that we can’t even conceive of.

And, you can go through the infinite depths of this space.

Just as you can go through the infinite heights of the space.

And so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

Our space, then, is an infinite-dimensional construct; endless depths and heights, coupled with the things that transcend such visions, followed by endless directions, paths, movements; ad infinitum.

And so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

**Vision 08: A Super-Infinity**

Our eighth vision is a super-infinity.

Or, perhaps, it is super-infinities, as a whole?

Eh, these distinctions don’t matter.

Or, rather, they do. But, not yet.

A super-infinity is an infinity that is infinitely bigger than “regular infinity.”

Or, perhaps, a regular infinity.

There are an infinite number of super-infinities that exist.

Each one is bigger than a regular infinity.

Just as an example, imagine a small square.

And, then, imagine, a square that is ten times the size of that small square.

The first square is a regular infinity.

The second square is a super infinity.

Both are infinite. But, one is, somewhat paradoxically, infinitely larger than the other.

There are infinite super-infinities.

You can go through an infinite space for a period of time that is denoted by super-infinities.

No matter what, though, there are no endings, limits, boundaries; ad infinitum.

This idea applies to all infinities, every infinite thing, each notion of infinite transcendence.

And so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

**Vision 09: A Neverending Production**

Our ninth vision is a neverending production.

You can imagine a system that generates an infinite amount of something.

Just as an example, an infinite amount of ice cream.

Every single second, an infinite, endless, and neverending amount of ice cream is generated.

No matter how much ice cream you eat, you will never run out of ice cream.

This applies to the first infinity that is generated within the second.

And, in turn, all of the others.

On its own, infinity is endless, limitless, unending; ad infinitum.

But, paradoxically, an infinite thing can grow bigger.

Bigger and bigger. Greater and greater. Larger and larger.

And so on and so forth, endlessly and infinitely; ad infinitum.

We cannot comprehend the growth that occurs.

Just as we cannot comprehend the vastness that arises from these actions.

We cannot even comprehend infinity.

But, on a conceptual level, we can understand that infinity is not the end.

Not even close.

**Conclusion**

Just remember: infinity is really, really big.

And, what lies bigger than infinity is, of course, even bigger.

It all flows into the same manifold: infinity.