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...agraph, some contrary arguments have been raised through the context itself; however, the strongest and most convincing argument of all is the infinity of existence. Surprisingly, I have recently reached the realisation of the infinite creation before reading anything about it. Upon considering that thinking of the creator of the creator, I have compared the case to the Chicken-Egg Phenomenon. In addition, I reached to the conclusion that whatever has a macro, also has a micro. Thus, if one should think of what is bigger than God, one should consider what is smaller than the smallest unit or matter in life, that is a quark. Similar to the faith scientists had in atoms being the smallest unit a while ago, scientists believe that a quark is nowadays. Who knows if tomorrow the smallest unit will have a smaller one. In conclusion the infinity exists in both dimensions.
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