Thanks for the link, the math is a bit over my head
though. Not due to lack of IQ but rather due to lack
of mathematical training. Paint goes a long way
though. Although I did put $30000 of paint on one
building once. I thought that building was going to
take an infinite amount lol

There is a mistake in the equation. Just because I
can't find it doesn't mean that it doesn't exist. The
answer is still fill. Better questions are, why, and
where did we go wrong?

Reminds me of another,

If a person walks from here to the wall, stopping at
the half way point, then walks from there to the
wall stopping again at the new halfway point
he/she will never get to the wall because there
are an infinite number of halfway points to cross.
Yet you can get to the wall.

I believe this and the other are both answered similarly in that you can't divide an atom in half
(and live to tell about it) so nothing is Infinite.

Also, God is only infinite from our perspective, not necessarily from His.

Brian, it's called 'Zeno's Paradox.' And the shape is a
theoretically infinite horn. There is no mistake in
the equation, it simply can't exist in reality. Gabriel's
Horn is formed from a curve, that if revolved around
the x axis, converges in volume to a finite number
but has infinite length and therefore an infinite surface area with its revolution. It is something like a fractal that way, they also have infinite boundary length but transcribe finite volume.

The problem is, infinite segmentation is not a reality. The smallest real increment, I think mankind has yet to discover. Sadly, I don't think I will be around to see that discovery.

The smallest real increment// A couple of my friends
set out to cut an atom in half. I've been waiting for
their report for a while now. hmmm why aren't they
back yet?