I don't really know if this goes here, so move it you have to. I have two sort of philosophical questions. first. I was thinking, if you cut lets say a coffee table in half, not straight down but from the side and then take that piece and flip it over and then cut that in half and flip it over, and so on. my question is can you technically cover infinite space like that if you keep cutting it in half? (assuming of course that we have a tool that can cut anything in half no matter what size). My second question is, lets say you're standing in one place and you are turning in a circle, what is the probability that you will shoot lets say a bullet at an exact point? for example, you start at some initial point at 0 degrees, and you are rotating about a fixed point, at any given time, you fire a bullet as you continually rotate, what would be the probability of shooting the bullet at an exact degree mark, like 207 or 15.3 degrees for example? Im thinking that there is an absolute chance that it will happen, even though there is a very very small chance it will happen.
Can anybody try to explain this in any way?
Thanks a lot