# The Concept of Infinity, A Key

**Background**. Several pages have explored infinity over the years.

**https://81018.com/facts/** A working summary of facts about infinity.

**https://81018.com/infinity/ ** To create our best possible world, the concept of infinity needs to be part of our conceptual richness. All possible historic questions about infinity need to be explored.

**https://81018.com/questions****/ **Determining the character, form, and functions of the very first instant of the universe is one the primary keys for understanding science, mathematics, and the meaning and value of life.

**https://81018.com/nature/** Infinity is understood to be continuity, symmetry and harmony, light and other dimensionless constants that appear to create a bridge between the finite and infinite.

**https://81018.com/lemaitre-today/** A major ongoing investigation of this finite-infinite debate will be the work of theory of Kenneth Wilson with his work to define phase transitions within a scale with known boundary conditions, and also his initiation of the concepts around Wilson’s renormalization group equations and theory. Also the work of André Petermann (andStueckelberg

**https://81018.com/constant/ ***The Finite and the Infinite: *Dimensionless constants are either finite, infinite, or a bridge between them.

In preparation of the in-depth study of renormalization:

- The Normalization Group in Quantum Theory, E.C.G. Stueckelberg and A. Petermann, Helv. Phys. Acta 24, 317 (1951);
- La Normalisation des Constantes dans la Théorie des Quanta, E.C.G. Stueckelberg and A. Petermann, Helv. Phys. Acta 26, 499 (1953)

- Quantum Electrodynamics at Small Distances

M. Gell-Mann and F.E. Low, Phys. Rev. 95, 1300 (1954); - Introduction to the Teory of Quantized Fields
- N.N. Bogoliubov and D.V. Shirkov, Interscience Publishers, New York (1959);
- For an excellent description of the subject see
- Renormalization and Symmetry: a review for Non-Specialists

S. Coleman, in Properties of the Fundamental Interactions, Erice 1971, A. Zichichi (ed), Editrice Compositori, Bologna, 605 (1973); - Renormalization Group and the Deep Structure of the Proton A. Petermann, Phys. Reports 53, 157 (1979);
- Renormalization, J.C. Collins, Cambridge University Press, (1984).

See Freeman Dyson