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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of infinities

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of infinities:
/ɪnfənətiz/

Derived Form of infinities

noun
root word: infinity
plural: infinities
verb
root word: infinity
Noun: infinity
1
time without end
Synonymseternity, infinity,
Hyponymsalpha and omega,
Hypernymstime,
Type oftimes,
Typesalpha and omega*,

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  1. Great question. The weird thing here is that some infinities can be bigger than other infinities.
  2. Mathematics allows for infinities, but we don't see infinities in nature.
  3. Not all infinities are the same you would think well after this all infinities are the same we've just been able to kind of
  4. But actually there's infinitely many different infinities to this infinities that are a lot you jur than what we've been talking about here
  5. Anyway, some infinities are bigger than other infinities
  6. Some infinities only look bigger than other infinities
  7. this transfinite ordinal number. So, you're talking about infinities and ordinal infinities
  8. Regular coordinates of space and time are useless there they blow up to infinities.
  9. the infinities.
  10. Some are more important than others. And, therefore, theres another type of infinities
  11. we run into infinities, when we run into
  12. infinities within the mind.
  13. And so, there are an infinite number of infinities of different sizes.
  14. They tried to make these different infinities irrelevant,
  15. Cantor wondered whether there are infinities
  16. of different sizes between these two infinities.
  17. handily avoiding the explosion of mathematical infinities
  18. Some infinities are bigger than others.
  19. I want to give you a feel for different infinities,
  20. infinities that are fundamentally provably bigger