On Limits to Mathematical Conventions

Mathematical conventions to limit measurements that limit things that have no theoretical limit, like distance (long and short) and speed (fast and slow) are indicative of our own limitations, not the limitations of the measurements themselves. The universe is both too big and too small for us to see. These limitations will relax as we develop technology that allows us to get a better look.

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