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@Salty as you can get, you are somewhat correct since most of the standard operations such as plus, minus, and multiply have no effect on infinity. BUT humans are stubborn so they invented an entirely new set of operations that WOULD work on infinity. I'm also pretty sure that this is the entire subject of calculus.

@Salty as you can get, it is possible. We actually categorize infinities by their sizes. Like for instance if you think about all the counting numbers, {0,1,2,3,....} This is clearly infinite. But it is still completely smaller than if you were to take all real numbers. We describe the infinities with the Arabic (I think) letter Aleph. So the counting numbers are Aleph Null (zero) and the real numbers are Aleph one. And it goes on, you can have Aleph ten, Aleph fourteen billion, etc. Each one being strictly bigger than the one before it.

@Salty as you can get, sort of correct, but some infinities are larger than other infinities. Imagine every possible number between 0 and 1, every possible decimal value between the two. There's technically an infinite number of numbers between 0 and 1. Now think of all the numbers between 0 and 2. That's also infinite. But since it contains the infinity of the numbers between 0 and 1, as well as the numbers between 1 and 2, it is a larger infinite than the previous infinite. It's more infinite.

Real talk, years after I put it down I'm getting back into Minecraft. I'm not used to being an adult yet, so a game where I set my own goals and achieve them at my own pace is something I need in my life right now. Not sure why Minecraft is the one I went with among so many other survival crafting games; might be the chill soundtrack or the bright colors or maybe just nostalgia. Anyone else, or am I just too weird for my own good?

@Swolldier medic, without delving too much into psychological theory which is far too deep for funny pics on a Sunday night, I’d guess it is nostalgia. You’re ‘escaping’ into the time when you used to play it and were genuinely carefree. It’s partly conditioning and very beneficial catharsis. Definitely not weird it’s very healthy

Because no matter how far you run. The sun is always the same distance away. The skymap is a sphere around you that moves as you do and the world appears from nothing in front of you. As a side note. This is still more believable as an explication for the real world than what flat earthers believe. At least with this method it puts us in a computer simulation. Where as flat earthers believe the earth exist because magic.
Simple, the sky is more infinite than the earth.