Is infinity (i) a fiction of the human mind?
What is 'i' to science?
What is 'i' to God?
googleplex or zero?
are we something or nothing?
Is i an illusion?
Should it be banned from math?
In math, decimal numbers act differently to counting numbers, establishing that even within the i, some i's are bigger than others.
Interestingly, when brought down to a more basic human functioning everyday level...
Religeionists (in general) who believe in the infinity of God, tend towards acting out their beliefs with regard to the finite.
Scientists (in general) who study and try measure the observable finite, tend towards the infinite.
With i, all is possible in time, even multiuniverses and doppelgangers. And t is only relative anyway.
Could 'Graham's Number' be an aspect of God?
JF said "Any amount subtracted from unlimited supply would put an unlimited amount in two piles".
I put to you the impossibility of such, as in fact, the unnumbered pile would remain as still one unnumbered pile.
By this, you show a tendency towards making logic out of illogic.