• (adv): Continuing forever without end.
    Example: "There are infinitely many possibilities"
    Synonyms: endlessly
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on infinitely:

Infinitely Near Point
... In mathematics, the notion of infinitely near points was initially part of the intuitive foundations of differential calculus ... infinitesimal distance apart are considered infinitely near ...
Sawtooth (cellular Automaton)
... is a pattern with population that reaches new heights infinitely often, but also infinitely often drops below some fixed value ... The least infinitely repeating population of any known sawtooth is 262, which is attained by a sawtooth found by David Bell on July 9, 2005 ...
Simon Critchley - Selected Works - Infinitely Demanding (2007)
... Infinitely Demanding (Verso, 2007) is the most systematic overview of Critchley's philosophical position ... Infinitely Demanding has been translated into 8 languages ... “Infinitely Demanding” is the topic of a special issue of the journal Critical Horizons (August 2009) ...
Criticism Of Non-standard Analysis - Comments By Bos and Medvedev
... could develop on the insecure foundation of the acceptance of infinitely small and infinitely large quantities ... If infinitely small and infinitely large magnitudes are regarded as inconsistent notions, how could they serve as a basis for the construction of so an edifice of one of the most important mathematical ...
Mertens' Theorems
... published in 1983, Guy Robin proved that in Mertens' 2nd theorem the difference changes sign infinitely often, and that in Mertens' 3rd theorem the difference changes sign infinitely often ... are analogous to Littlewood's famous theorem that the difference π(x) − li(x) changes sign infinitely often ...

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    Science is Christian, not when it condemns itself to the letter of things, but when, in the infinitely little, it discovers as many mysteries and as much depth and power as in the infinitely great.
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