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Fang Yuan - the problem of infinity and boundless

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First of all, I know that unlimited and infinite do not mean the same thing, but as discussed before, if the context is sufficient, boundless can be considered infinite. In the picture I posted, it is said that the place in question is as vast as the sea and countless worlds are created and destroyed in it. I wanted to get your opinions on whether the context is sufficient or not.
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Can you send Chinese directly? I want to have a look.
I had a friend who suggested I look at the Chinese version before. I've been looking for the original Chinese version for 2 days, but I couldn't find it. The author probably wrote in English.If you still want to look at the page yourself, you can take a look at page 2155 of reverend insanty.
 
If what we are talking about is the size of that structure, then yes, it is clearly infinite.

But if we're talking about the worlds that are created and destroyed within that structure, then I can't say the same for them.
 
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If what we are talking about is the size of that structure, then yes, it is clearly infinite.

But if we're talking about the worlds that are created and destroyed within that structure, then I can't say the same for them.
I just asked if there was enough context for the space to be infinite. It becomes evident in the course of the novel that the worlds are not infinity.
 
If planets/universes are being created in that space without any interruption/stop or if they are happening without end, there is no harm in taking it as an infinite space, and if the person can get out of here in finite time, he can also show infinite speed success with the previous proof.
 
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