-Vega- wrote:

The Universe is a holographic fractal (Science has proof of this) and each part of the Universe contains the whole pattern of the whole, so therefore we are all infinite beings since a piece of infinite is still infinite.

I'm not sure how much experience in Mathematics you have, but a subset of infinity can definitely be finite. The number 1 is a finite interval, even though it's contained in infinity. A piece of infinite is not necessarily infinite. If you want to say that our "structure" is a copy of the infinite "structure" of the universe, and therefore we are infinite, I suppose that's alright, but to say that a piece of infinity is infinity is just clearly wrong, and your point holds without it.

To the OP, you are wrong for the same reasons Vega is wrong with that last statement. As a "mathematician" you should know that a finite subset is finite, even though it is a subset of infinity. Even if our parts are infinitesimally small, that just means that our whole limits to some finite number. For some reason, you seem to think that it limits to zero. I don't see any way for that to be true. Your original statement basically says, because infinity exists, every interval is infinity. No, it's not. As the universe gets bigger, we stay the same size. You seem to make the assertion that as the universe gets bigger, we get smaller, which is not true. "1" is the same size regardless of the interval it is contained on. As a "mathematician," this should make sense to you.