The thing I notice about infinite anything is that it affects everything else, until the total quantity of things reaches infinity, at which point it becomes less pronounced.
So, for example, if there are infinite things, but only one of them is infinite in value, then there is an appearance of ignoring that infinite thing, but really the infinite thing is almost everything there is in that world.
However, if everything in the world is infinite, then it will be very hard to find the influence of just one of those infinite things.
However, it is easier to find the influence of infinite things than the influence of things that are not infinite, even if everything is infinite.
---Nathan Coppedge, Via Quora (2016 / 03 / 23).
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