In keeping with his empiricism and atomism, Locke states that one reaches the idea of infinite space
via a process of composition: anyone who has a clear idea of a foot--clear to the extent that it can be imagined--can repeat that idea, doubling the imagined length, which can in turn be increased via the same operation, and so on; thus, "the power of enlarging his idea of space by farther additions, remaining still the same, he hence takes the idea of infinite space
KozmoCloud is a cloud-based backup storage platform offering infinite space
at an affordable price.
The IWC designers have depicted the entire moon phase display as a star-studded night sky, with the moon and stars appearing to float in infinite space
The multiple reflections of an interior cubic element in conventional and two-way mirrors mimic a cityscape, and the Morse code's dots and lines spread out in endless repetition into an infinite space
is now given the limitation of time and out of chaos emerges order.
sure feel thirsty to float in the expanse of infinite space
The moon pha-se display is depicted as a star-studded night sky, with the moon and stars appearing to ho-ver in infinite space
aaThe power of Delio has found its place a from earth to the infinite space
A new aesthetic would develop based on an understanding of finite life in infinite space
Given an infinite space
X, assume that there exists a discrete subspace D [subset] X x X with [absolute value of D] [greater than or equal to] iw(X).
The infinite space
is adorned with the drama of things "coming into being" and "passing out of existence" in each of the innumerable island universes; each island universe with innumerable galaxies and each galaxy in turn with innumerable stars and planets.
The crisis posed by infinite space
is a paradox called the "measure problem.
Tony Ventrice will explain how to reduce the infinite space
of gamification scenarios down to only four basic models and fewer than a dozen functional approaches.
Like trying to describe the scent of a perfume or the colour of a tropical sun, it is difficult to describe COELUX's uplifting effects due to the perception of infinite space
which the technology produces.
Invented by architect and psychologist Karl Ryberg, the dome creates the illusion of infinite space
filled with brilliant colour projections of narrow bandwidth light from chosen points anywhere on the visible spectrum.