# Preview of Chapter 5 – Infinity Multiplication, The Formula

This is the preview of the upcoming release of chapter 5. Chapter 5, taking a bit longer than expected. This news update is temporary and will be redirected to chapter five one chapter five is released. Chapter five will be released, for Perl, Java, JavaScript, Ruby, Groovy, Python, R and PHP. You may find my chapter five published at a doctrine for an infinity formula and does not associate with programming codes.

### Infinity – The Formula

#### Is An Infinity Numbers A Numbers?

When we first talk about an infinity number, the first question would come up to mind is can we classify a number that is infinitely in length as a number? In my opinion, whether if the number is infinitely in length or not we can always classify the number as a number. The closest evidence that I can come up with to back up this theory is time. I would use time for comparison in this case.

As when we are looking at time as the subject, time is also infinitely in measurement. No one would know if time would flow infinitely or will time meet a wall and will end. For the property of time, we know that we can see events that occurred in the past but not the present nor the future. We may be able to predict the future bases on statical data but would not be able to see events that occurred in the future.

We, ourselves can never see events that occur in the present. The events that occur right in front of our eyes seem like the present, and our brain perceives it that way. Nevertheless, what we are seeing in our eyes are actually the past. It would take sometimes for light to hit an object and then reflect off the object into our eyes. When our eyes receiving the light, our brain would have to process the lights into images. Because of the speed of light and because of how fast our brain process data, the process of translating an event that occurs in front of our eyes into an image would be really fast and would be completed in less than a microsecond or a nanosecond. The fast speed of the process would let our brain perceive the event that occurred in front of us as if we are actually seeing the present, however, that event actually occurred less than a nanosecond in the past. In my opinion, in a true equation, whether if the event occurred one year ago or one nanosecond ago it would still be considered as an event of the past and not the present.

When we take this to a micro scale, even if we are standing in front of a mirror and looking at ourselves, the images that we are seeing in the mirror are still the images of the past and not the images of the present. On a larger scale, if we are looking at a planet that is one billion light year distance away from us, we are not seeing that planet present. We are actually seeing the past of the planet. It would take one billion years for light to travel from that planet to our planet, Thus, if that planet was destroyed or turned into a planet that habitable by life forms half a billion years ago, we would not know until half a billion years later. This same principle also applies to our closest star, which would be the Sun. If there are any changes on the surface of the Sun, we would not be able to detect the changes until at least eight minutes later.

Not just our eyes that can’t see events that occurred in the present, the pain that we feel or the feeling of touching an object are also events that occurred in the past. It would take a very small amount of time for our nerve to be able to send a signal to our brain when an object touched our body, and with that signal from the nerve, our brain would be able to process the signal into what we can describe as feelings.

Even when we are playing games on the computer or typing something on the computer. To us, it almost seems like when we are typing something on the computer the words would be displayed so quickly that it is actually the present. Nevertheless, we, in fact, pressed the key on the keyboard some microseconds or nanoseconds ago.

Is there a method for us to be able to perceive event of the present? In my opinion, I do not believe at the current state we can perceive events that occur at their exact moment. Nevertheless, I do believe to be able to perceive events that occur right at the exact moment of when they occurred is to be able to move forward in time and look back at the events. Only then, we would be able to perceive events that occur at their exact moment. In short, to be able to see the present is to be able to see the future and look back in time. Would technology or would our body develop to give us the ability to perceive events of the present in the future? I would never know.

When comparing time to an infinity number, I would treat time as a mathematical equation. What events that we have seen that already occurred in the past would be similar to seeing numbers that we had already seen. Thus, when we are asking the question if an infinity number is a number would be similar to asking if the infinity time is time. Time is infinite in the amount and in my opinion, whether if the events in time have happened yet or not, they would still be considered as time. Therefore in principle, if we were to receive an infinite string of digits, the digits that we have seen are still numbers and the digits that we haven’t seen are still numbers. In my opinion, it just because the numbers are infinitely in length does not mean that they are not a number. They are still numbers, numbers that are infinitely in length.

For an example, my birthday that happened last year would be considered as an event of time that had already occurred. My birthday of the future or how many birthdays would I have left would still be considered as events of time. These time events, however, have not occurred but are time events of the future. If my birthday of the future does not happen, another event of time would replace the time event of what suppose to be my birthday. Nevertheless, these events would still be considered as an event that occurs in time or an event of time.

In my conclusion, I concluded that a number, whether infinitely in length or not should still be considered a number. Therefore, an infinity number is still a number, it just that the infinity number is infinitely in length.

#### The Formula

In my understanding, the general formula for calculating infinity numbers would be “Infinity equation Infinity = Infinity”. For the case of this article, which would be the multiplication equation, the general formula for calculating infinity numbers would be “infinity x infinity = infinity”.

General Formula: ∞ * ∞ = ∞

I have two formulas for calculating mathematical equations for infinity numbers. The first formula is for when we are calculating numbers that will vary in digits. Each digit in the string of infinity number would differ from one another. In my first formula, “Infinity Calculation is equal to Infinity Assumption and is equal to Infinity Alteration”. In short, I write my formula as “infC = infA = infAL”.