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    • Not all infinities are equal.
      Mephles 1 apr
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    • Some infinities are larger than others so no the 20 would grow faster
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    • Actually the twenties are still worth more, as it’s been proven by Cantor that some infinities are greater than others. Makes no logical sense but it’s mathematically true
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    • The span of infinity between 0 and 20 is still larger than the amount between 0 and 1
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    • No just don’t tell them it’s infinite and the value will remain the same your just infinity rich and no one knows it
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    • In theory yes, but mathematically as numbers of $1 vs $20 bills approach infinity, the $20 bill is still worth 20 times more. And infinity isn’t a static state, but a state of constant growth. In theory yes but mathematically no it’s still worth 20x
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    • Different infinities
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    • But because one infinity is 20x larger it is still not the same. They will achieve the same values but never at the same point and thus not equal. So no in this case they are not the same. If I had infinite 1 pound weights and infinite 2 lbs weights the scale would tip towards the 2lbs weights
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    • But steel is heavier than feathers
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    • Vsauce went over this. There are different sizes of infinite. 20x infinite is still 20x larger then 1x infinite. Theres also different types
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    • Actually the fact about them being the same is wrong, there is a whole Vsause video about it
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    • 20(infinity)>1(infinity)
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    • Some infinities are theoretically larger than others
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    • This is why we learn limits in calculus
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    • $20 is more because you can divide by infinity and then be left with $20 in one and $1 in the other. This is how qualities of infinities can be arranged in order of greatest to smallest.
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    • Actually by default the infinite $20 is still more because even at an infinite number the $20 will have more worth unless there are far more $1 than $20 but because they’re infinite they never run out so the $1 cannot be less than $20.
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    • Some Infinities are larger than other infinities
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    • I doubt one person having infinite money would be enough to destroy the entire economy
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    • There’s also an equal amount of natural numbers (ℕ) and rational numbers (ℚ). These sets are all know as denumerable / countable and are equivalent infinities.
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    • But steel is heavier than feathers
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    • Rocks are heavier than feathers
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    • Regardless of devalue it’s not completely true. In math you encounter different sizes of infinity all the time and they are relevant in many derivations
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    • Some infinities are bigger than other infinities
      TKeks 6 apr
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    • The infinite mass of your infinite currency would create a super massive black hole that would destroy everything we knew and loved.
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    • fellatio 1 apr
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    • You only devalue the currency if everybody knows you have it
      EliteAsh 1 apr
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    • Didn't realize we were talking about Venezuela
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    • Actually it's not just like there is an infinite set of numbers between 1 and 2 but a larger set of infinite numbers between 2 and 4. Infinities do have relative sizes.
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    • But... but steels heavier than feathers...
      xkon23 1 apr
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    • When I see people trying to argue that the 20s would be more
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    • $20 bills would expand towards infinity faster than $1 bills so it’s technically not “equal.” Imagine you had two trees, one infinitely grew $1 bills, the other grew $20 bills. Which is more valuable? Yes, they’d both grow forever but the $20 tree is worth more in the moment.
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    • You only devalue it if people know you have an infinite amount. Keep it secret and ur the richest person in the world
      Drowseh 1 apr
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    • But steal is heavier than feathers.
      buttsmcge 31 mar
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    • $20's are still better cause counting ones would be a bitch
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    • I think the $20 would be 20x more infinite
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    • Actually the infinite number of $20 bills would be bigger. Some infinities are bigger than others.
      Diceman 31 mar
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    • I mean if no one knew you had that much money it is not devalued
      Can3lo 31 mar
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    • 𝑇ℎ𝑖𝑠 𝑐𝑜𝑚𝑚𝑒𝑛𝑡 ℎ𝑎𝑠 𝑏𝑒𝑒𝑛 𝑐𝑒𝑛𝑠𝑜𝑟𝑒𝑑 𝑑𝑢𝑒 𝑡𝑜 𝐸𝑢𝑟𝑜𝑝𝑒𝑎𝑛 𝑈𝑛𝑖𝑜𝑛’𝑠 𝑐𝑜𝑝𝑦𝑟𝑖𝑔ℎ𝑡 𝑙𝑎𝑤.
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    • Sharena 31 mar
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    • But bricks are heavier than feathers
      N0ah365 7 apr
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    • Not true. Infinity is not a number. There are values larger than it also classified as infinity. In this case, one stack of money would be a factor of twenty more valuable than the other
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    • Infinity can be larger than other infinities
      VladShod 4 apr
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    • I beg to differ. The cost in time of using only $1 bills is more than using $20 bills. Time is money.
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    • They are the same size of infinity. You can prove it by finding a bijection between the natural numbers {1, 2, 3, ...} and 20’s {20, 40, 60, ...} it’s easy. F(n) = 20n, it’s a bijection, so they’re the same size infinity.
      m999 3 apr
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    • Infinity does not equal infinity
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    • I would take the 20 because it’s more convenient paying in 20s than just single bills
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    • “I have 20 times as much sex as you do nerd” “20 x 0 = 0”
      PacoGumm 2 apr
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    • An infinite amount of anything will have the same value as an infinite amount of anything else
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    • There are different values of infinity, the $20 s would be greater
      MLG_M3M3 2 apr
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    • It's worth more than nothing, you can compress it in a hydraulic press and bargain it as firewood
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    • The $20 bills would be worth an infinity whose value is 20x that of the $1 bills.
      Wekapipo 2 apr
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    • People don’t know you have an infinite amount, so you can spend it.
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    • There are as many even numbers as there are with all the numbers
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    • No there would always be a $20 difference and actually if you did the math it would be a lot bigger
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    • Well technically some infinity’s are larger then others
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    • I’d rather pay for stuff with $20 than $1
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    • infinite 20s is a larger infinity than infinite 1s
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    • $20s is still easier to spend tho
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    • $20 bills are worth more because they're more convenient, which is worth something
      Benoit 1 apr
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    • Actually as long as you don’t completely blow up the economy with how much you spend it would change anything, you’re still the only one with that amount, other people still want it
      Karnrage 1 apr
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    • If you have infinite money inflation won't affect you
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    • Some infinities are larger than other infinities. Both infinite, but some grow faster and are more dense than other. The more you know
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    • Dog anyone who took calculus knows that shit ain't the same
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    • Vsauce has a video about how you can have a number greater than infinity it fucks with your head
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    • No its 20 infinity compared to 1 infinity it's a greater infinity get v sauced kid
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    • Some infinities are greater than others
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    • Well if you have infinite amount of either, then you have an unlimited fuel supply
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    • But steels heavier than feathers
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    • Isaac newton proved this idea wrong with calculus.
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    • Yup! Infinite twenties and infinite ones are completely the same! Since you can create a bijection between both functions, we know that there exist the same amount of elements. In math words, we know each set have an equivalent cardinality, ℵ₀.
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    • Why not just use the amount of money you need and burn all the extra. It's infinite so you're not losing out and you won't decrease the currency.
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    • One is infinity but one is infinity to the 20th power. Theres a difference
      Brunkt 1 apr
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    • Hey just sayin there’s different sizes of infinity
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    • Infinite $20 bills is far better. Its 20x easier to store and carry your cash. The same value takes up 20x less space and weighs 20x less.
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    • Some infinities are bigger than other infinities.
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    • Not all infinities are equally so that's not necessarily true
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    • Actually the infinite amount of $20 dollar bills would be more, an ‘infinite’ amount of something is hard to comprehend but some infinities are larger than others
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    • Lets all insult each other based on our political party but have nothing to back it up
      Cptdarth 31 mar
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    • You wouldn't devalue it or cause inflation if you just used it as a normal human and lived an average live. If it's a money portal then you just gotta keep it secret and you're good
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    • Its only worthless if everyone knows it’s infinite
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    • Both points are correct
      xbuddahx 31 mar
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    • 20s are only worth more to me because I'm not trying to stuff 100 dollars in ones in my wallet
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    • Theres different levels of infinity
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    • Infinite 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 20s, 50s, and 100s would all be worth the same pretty much
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    • Nah, the $20 would be a higher level of infinity
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    • Theres different levels of infinity tho. Technically the infinite 20 dolans would be worth more than the infinite 1 dolans
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    • Different levels of infinity
      Reinstate 31 mar
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    • Well no, but technically yes
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    • Infinite $20s would still be worth more, because each individual bill is worth 20x the $1 bills, which would mean that even though they are infinite, the $20s would still be more valuable
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    • The $20s would be worth more as it would be easier to spend them which saves time and time = money
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    • I told this to my family and I wound up arguing with my dad and sister four half an hour because they both said infinite 20s would be worth more. They still think I’m wrong...
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    • Actually not one infinity will not be equal to the other. Its a very complex math theory don't @ me
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