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Infinite is a term used in mathematics. Mathematics is about calculations, equations, dimensions and more. Mathematics is about numbers.

There is a discrepancy when infinite is linked to mathematics. Mathematics have an origin in the number **zero**. Arithmetic quantities all start with zero for no quantity. Mathematics needs the zero to determine a quantity.

Infinite lacks orientation, there are no boundaries. Where should we place the zero, when we cannot determine where that place is? We can’t add nor subtract from infinity, else infinite wouldn’t be infinite. In a infinite space it means, there is no absolute orientation. It has no center, no start, no end, no origin, no zero.

*Note.*

*To repeat an equation ‘endlessly’ means something is continuously added or subtracted. That in itself means there is a point from which an addition or subtraction took place.*

Infinite and mathematics don’t tolerate each other.* Still there are equations that should result in infinity!* *Mathematics use axiom to justify the use of infinity. (Parallel lines meet at infinity.) It only confirms that infinity and mathematics don’t match.*

In an infinite space orientation always will be a relative orientation, an orientation related to the entities in space.

In case there is an absolute zero, a relative orientation should be in line with the absolute orientation.

This mind boggle is not meant to trivialize mathematics, far from that. Mathematics give us a great understanding of the world we live in.

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]]>Direction is essential to determine distance or speed. When in a rotational movement the direction constantly changes, but one direction at the time.

Observing the universe means that electromagnetic waves are caught in a telescope. This telescope needs to be directed to a point in space. Parallel waves go through a focus point by a mirror or lens. All waves ‘out of direction’ won’t go through the focus point. That makes a telescope a sort of filter. The image obtained was created by the parallel waves that entered the telescope. (The length of a telescope compared to the light speed rules out a bending of waves within the tube.)

A telescope separates directions in space by filtering light waves that come from a certain direction. A telescope kan be aimed at all directions in space. All directions make up space.

In observation direction of electromagnetic waves is most important. Bended light waves wouldn’t create a clear image.

The bending light waves of the theory of relativity create a problem. If every wave is more or lest influenced by gravity, observation shouldn’t be possible.

Nearly not every light wave passes at the same distance of an object with a certain mass, so the bending of light waves can’t be regular.

An equasion with direction in it, has to have a result that applies for that direction. For that reason the result can’t be a 3-dimensional result. One direction can’t become more than only one direction.

Another issue emerges. If C as constant represents the speed of light. The speed of light, is a scalar quantity having only a magnitude without a direction.

Therefor the speed of light can’t be represented by a velocity or vector. No direction means no space because space represents all directions.

So the presence of C eliminated the concept of space. Still one can see for instance the moon in a direction. Light from the moon reaches the earth. The detail in which we see the moon clearly suggests that light waves have a direction. So looking at our surroundings contradicts the assuption that light has no direction.

When light speed has no direction light speed has no origin. No origin means no existence, although we experience light.

By “solving” a relavity problem theoretical, contradictions are created in reality. A theory of relativity, against the intuition it is called.

But why have astrophysicists confidence in the observations they do. How did they determine the speed of light? Then why sending the space telescope Hubble into space to get a better understanding of the universe? All has to do with collecting light from a certain direction. Is it in the observer where light gets its direction?

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