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Nothing is more than infinity, nothing is longer than infinity. It is infinite, definitely.

Nothing is more than infinity. Infinity will just go on forever!

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no that is proved to be false
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it goes on like infinity+1 infinity+2 and on...

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and when it becomes infinity+infinity the next number is infinity+infinity+1 and goes on...

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