do not take it out of the box<quoted text>
You are imagining something infinite. There is nothing infinite in existence.
The ant's walking distance, at any time, is finite. The distance walked by his successive generations, at any time, is finite.
It will always be finite. The only "infinite" in the story is what you imagine to be the infinite continued walking, but it never occurs. It cannot occur. It is impossible.
If you imagine the ant walking for infinite time, the imagined path is infinite. So if you imagine "infinite", you imagine "infinite".
There is no infinite path associated with the donut. There is nothing infinite associated with the donut.
The only infinite is in your head. That's the only place something infinite can be - imagination.
That's because "infinite" is an imaginary idea. It doesn't exist, and cannot exist.
Same for the pizza. We can imagine it being sliced into infinite slices. But it's impossible.
Infinite slices of pizza, of any size, would fill the planet and its atmosphere, and you would still have as much pizza to dispose of as when you started.
It would definitely not fit back in the box.
Infinite anything is impossible, and cannot exist.
you stupid chit
if you leave it in the box, it must always fit.
your lack of ability to see the intermediary will always render you victim.