On the Equivalence of Closed Figures and Infinitely Extended Lines and the Conclusions Drawn from it

Authors: Madhur Sorout

This paper is mainly focused on the equivalence of closed figures and infinitely extended lines. Using this principle, some major conclusions can be drawn. The equivalence of closed figures and infinitely extended lines is mainly based on the idea that closed figures and infinitely extended lines are equivalent. One of the most significant conclusions drawn from this equivalency is that if any object moves along a straight infinitely extended line, it will return back to the point, where it started to move, after some definite time. This principle of equivalence of closed figures and infinitely extended lines may lead us to understand the physical reality of infinities.

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[v1] 2019-02-25 06:00:04
[v2] 2019-02-26 08:55:44

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