Originally posted by MacM LMFAO, you really are an idiot. From your link #1 at that: Lim x-->0+ y = ln x.... So they say infinity cannot originate from a negative position. It should be obvious that they are talking about that specific equation. In fact: Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! This picture shows it approaching negative infinity. In the link they also said it is a concept where x approaches infinity but never reaces it. So your line is not infinite. You also don't understand the difference between infinity and an infinit line? Infinity is as I defined earlier. An infinite line is a line where at least 1 end is unattainable. X=1 is an infinite line, but it also never reaches infinity. NO line ever reaches infinity. ANS: You should try reading, better yet understanding, your own references. "Forever" is not a term applicable to infinity. LMAO. The quote you pulled was talking about real numbers, not infinity.