Unifinite is the paradoxical meaning of the word “Infinite”. A concept often perceived but never reached. The idea behind the word “Infinite” is a value with no end, and no beginning. By which imposing that by its own value must only be a concept; and therefore the theory of the goal can never be reached. There is by theory of “Achilles and the Tortoise” an Infinite amount of space between two objects. This use of “Infinite” is limiting its own meaning.
There is a unifinite amount of space between two objects as long as you’re traveling half the distance with ever movement. (Thus never stopping and never reaching your goal)
by Francisco Thomas Mesa III August 11, 2003

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