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Old 07-07-2018, 11:22 PM   #26
Hobotronic2037
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No. For a point to have infinite energy passing through it, it would need to have zero volume but, if it has zero volume, it cannot exist and therefore, if it doesn't exist, the energy passing through it is zero, NOT infinite.

Another epic fail from FuckBumble.
Yes. Well explained. A geometric point actually would have zero volume of course. But then again they donít exist in reality, only theoretically in geometry. This is why itís stupid to sometimes apply theory to reality. One might not always be useful to the other in practical ways.
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