The Spatial Infinitesimal: The Spatial Infinitesimal is the Final, Indivisible Element of Space
|Title||The Spatial Infinitesimal: The Spatial Infinitesimal is the Final, Indivisible Element of Space|
|Author(s)||Peter F Erickson|
|Journal||Proceedings of the NPA|
Space is three-dimensional only, and consists of infinitesimals. Infinitesimals are points of location, without area, shapeless, indivisible, continuous in all directions. Nothing inconsistent with them, such a square circle, can exist. There is no microscopic infinity. Knowing that they exist provides the answer to the mystery of irrational numbers, asymptotes, "infinite series," and much else.
This paper aka "The Nature of Space".