if you told a computer with infinite processing power to run a program that may or may not terminate, what would happen?
bad articulation of the question. what i meant to say was, what would happen if you tried to run a program that may take an infinite amount of time to process, on a computer with infinite processing power?
but you're saying that an infinite amount of processing power isn't enough to calculate pi. what else would it mean? i mean shouldn't they cancel each other out? if you can drive a car at infinite km/h on a road that's infinite kms long, wouldn't you reach the end of it?
its means ur fucking retarded son.
processing is speed. if you process something infinite it can't end no matter how fast you go.
running in a circle is infinite for example. how fast do you have to go to reach the end? if you run infinitely fast would you reach hit?
how is that the same? you would be looping from beginning to end if it were a circle, you're just doing the same task an infinite amount of times. i'm talking about starting and finishing the one task.
Infinite computing power is impossible (in our dimension) so your question isn't answerable.
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