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    • Fun fact. Infinity + 1 is still infinity and infinity + infinity is still infinity.
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    • Infinity to the 5th power
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    • Google plex!!!
      Rakkoon 3 sep
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    • It feels weird to actually see Batman in this pic.
      SeanyPew 4 sep
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    • An infinite amount of $1 bills is the same amount of money as an infinite amount of $100 bills
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    • I think Infinity^Infinty is the most infinite a number can be
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    • I always say "Infinity, and Beyond "!
      xMandy 4 sep
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    • Infinity isn't a number. Its a representation that numbers go on forever
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    • Infinity + Infinity
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    • They’re both infinite... so it’s the same number
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    • You were jacked in 5th grade
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    • (1)There are two different infinitys though. Take the amount of natural numbers(1,2,3,4...) ignore the values, and just count them. There are a countable infinity amount of them. Now do the Sam for the set of all real numbers, including irrational numbers. There is now no way you can just count them
      Bowler8 6 sep
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    • Infinity +2 😎
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    • Infinity is both either infinitesimally large or infinitesimally small, it is still infinite regardless.
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    • Infinity+2
      Deadmau5 4 sep
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    • My brother and I when we both yell shotgun at the same time
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    • Infinity squared
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    • Infinity to the power of infinity factorial
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    • In 5th grade the word gaylord was the ultimate insult.
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    • Aleph null omega +1
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    • What’s infinity x 0
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    • Fun Fact: This is how Yugi won the final duel on the seal of orichalcos arc in the original YuGiOh series.
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    • I said infinity times infinity.
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    • Infinity isn't a value, it's a concept of all the numbers. So addind to, multiplying by, raising to a power, etc. All still equal infinity.
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    • Infinity multiplied by infinity in a loop that increases infinitely (Idk how to write this as an equation, if it’s possible in the first place. Probably something Calculus related).
      Kewlosh 7 sep
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    • Infinity isn’t a quantity though
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    • Infinity isn’t even a number...
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    • Nah. I n f i n i t y . Like every conceivable number.
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    • Aleph Null
      mentis98 6 sep
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    • Divide Infinity by Zero, then you have beat Infinity.
      KKapay 6 sep
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    • Fun fact: numbers cannot be added to infinity since it is not a number. The only way it would work is if it’s written as: ‘Limit of (infinity + 1)’
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    • Ah, but infinity +1 is just infinity again!
      Bowler8 6 sep
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    • Infinity +infinity
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    • I fucking hate limits in calculus
      MrScripz 6 sep
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    • Alith null
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    • Me saying DOUBLE INFINITY
      Dwizzy 6 sep
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    • Infinity +1 can be larger than infinity think about it graphically
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    • What about Omega.
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    • Infinity +1 is still infinity
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    • I am (you * 0) + 1
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    • I hated those kids.
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    • Infinity to the infinity’th power
      Stacked 6 sep
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    • Seeing this with batman is so weird to me now
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    • Me knowing that infinity is undefined as a number and can’t have a +1
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    • Infinity to the Power of Infinity. Done
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    • Still infinity
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    • But Bane broke Batman's back
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    • Every number is closer to 0 than it is to infinity
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    • Mere mortals...Powerset of a powerset of aleph-null.
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    • INFINITY IS INFINITY
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    • I think I'm starting to get why people complain about repeated features. I'm pretty sure this is the 7th or so time I've seen it.
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    • Correcr me if i’m wrong, i remember that in calc 2 we lesrned that ( one / infinity) = 0 and obviously ( infinity / infinity ) = 1
      Pacman01 5 sep
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    • The only way infinity can be larger or smaller than another infinity is via powers
      Spxctre 5 sep
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    • Wait Batman’s supposed to be in this pic
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    • (Infinity x Infinity)^Infinity
      Cee_yarr 5 sep
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    • Infinity divided by 0
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    • I've seen no one mention how this format is incorrectly used in terms of the context of the movie. Dont believe me, shove a cucumber into your cockhole. But if you really want to know, watch The Dark Knight Rises.
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    • Funny how its even an argument at that point
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    • Im that 1
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    • Batman got his ass handed to him in that scene tho
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    • Bruh, 2nd grade
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    • Omega
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    • Infinity to the infinite power
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    • Infinity +2
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    • Infinity to the power of infinity
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    • Infinity + infinity
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    • Infinity^infinity
      rickc137 4 sep
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    • There is an infinite number of infinity’s between an infinite amount of digits
      opolli 4 sep
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    • Infinity null
      aarn331 4 sep
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    • Infinity-1 is still infinity
      doobe 4 sep
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    • What would win, zero vs. Infinity.
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    • I thought bat man doesn't noon
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    • Infinity to the infinite power
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    • Infinity and beyond*
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    • See, infinity plus one is greater than infinity. Same with infinity doubled. Dont ask me why, I just have a feeling
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    • But it’s still equal because it’s still infinity, adding one to infinity is still infinity
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    • Google plex to the googlieth plex power
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    • It is still infinity but it is a bigger infinity, infinity is fuckin wack
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    • Infinity Omega Infinity
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    • Tree(3)
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    • Infinity times zero
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    • Me in 1st grade knowing about negative numbers
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    • ♾ X ♾
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    • everybody flexin whether they watched the vsauce video or not
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    • Those are essentially the same number because infinity isn’t a number it’s a concept so there is no real definition
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    • THIS IS ILLOGICAL
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    • Then you had the niggas who knew Google Plex
      sethfire 4 sep
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    • Omega 1
      wyleee 4 sep
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    • Batman got his ass kicked here
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    • Actually the infinity between integers will always be greater than the infinity of counting numbers
      montyt 4 sep
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    • Infinity x infinity is forever in every universe
      Solicee 4 sep
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    • Still blows my mind that it was Tom Hardy under the mask
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    • I would always say 1 million times a googleplex +4 to the power of infinity and beond
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    • Aleph null
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    • Infinity to any power or plus one or multiplied by is still infinity. Nothing is added whilst nothing is lost
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    • Infinity x infinity
      Bean7337 4 sep
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    • So you broke his back
      DN13 4 sep
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