Define: “total absurdity” without asking for my imagination.

Define:
“total absurdity” without asking for my imagination.

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I may have. That’s what I’m about to find out.
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 Ah, it’s an infinity thing. In my ontology, infinity is “don’t bother counting at this point” or a substitute for “enough”.
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 My view of infinity, oddly enough, is far from unique. It turns out that IEEE Standard 754 Floating Point Numbers follows a similar notion.Watch this simple solution:https://steve.hollasch.net/cgindex/coding/ieeefloat.html
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So, for example:
1/infinity = 0
1/0 = infinity.
Reciprocals. It loops. Solved.
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 Now, you might think infinity / infinity = 1 right? But it can’t. Why?
It could be different infinities.
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 WAIT: I may be wrong about different infinities. IEEE Standard 754 can now be updated to fix inf/inf=1.
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