The Edge of Space

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Hi everyone,

This post is about the edge of space. I have attached a picture to make it easier to understand.

Suppose someone claims that space B in the picture is the beginning of the left side of space A. The part D of space B is to the right of part C, therefore part D of space B cannot be the beginning of left side of space A, therefore space B cannot be the beginning of the left side of space A.

Suppose someone claims that space B in the picture is the end of the left side of space A. The part C of space B is to the left of part D, therefore part D of space B cannot be the end of space A, therefore space B cannot be the end of space A.

In conclusion, no space can have space within it which is the beginning or the end of it.

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2 hours ago, Farid said:

In conclusion, no space can have space within it which is the beginning or the end of it.

You seem to be trying to dig half a hole.

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3 hours ago, Farid said:

Suppose someone claims that space B in the picture is the beginning of the left side of space A. The part D of space B is to the right of part C, therefore part D of space B cannot be the beginning of left side of space A, therefore space B cannot be the beginning of the left side of space A.

Per your usual, you have created a word problem that cannot be solved due to its ambiguity, and would accomplish nothing if it could be solved.

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Either take an introductory course in philosophy & logic or stop posting this drivel.