# There are multiple types of infinity.

While there are also many sizes of infinity, there are two types.

Countable infinity is more “intuitive”—it is the *size* of the set of all integers.

Uncountable infinity is all *real numbers* through. In a sense, there’s the countable macro infinity, and the uncountable micro infinity, where there’s an uncountable fractal between 0 and 1, 0 and 0.0001, and so on, because the next number in the set after 0 is `0.`

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