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# Does Infinity Support Recursion ?

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Infinity = Infinity

Infinity * Infinity = Infinity

Infinity * Infinity * Infinity = Infinity

Infinity (Recursion n times) = Infinity

From the above -

Infinity supports recursion

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Well, let's see now.

Infinity = Infinity

Infinity * Infinity = Infinity

Infinity * Infinity * Infinity = Infinity

Infinity (Recursion n times) = Infinity

Infinity (Recursion n times) = you stop posting

From the above -

Infinity supports recursion

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Infinity = Infinity

Infinity * Infinity = Infinity

Infinity * Infinity * Infinity = Infinity

Infinity (Recursion n times) = Infinity

From the above -

Infinity supports recursion

True or False ?

Examining Riemann zeta negative values supports some sort of maximum to infinite collapse. But as far as recursion I'm not sure.

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Inifnities don't even exist in nature, they are mathematical anomalies with no true physical applications, outside of limits in calculus. There are no observable infinities and there is no evidence to suggest they should form.

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