>Tree(Tree(Tree(Tree(Graham's Number))))

Why are finite numbers so large not just considered infinite? It doesn't make sense that numbers that are so outside our comprehension/calculability aren't classified as infinite. There has to be a point where it stops mattering how large a number is because it's indistinguishable from infinity.

Why are finite numbers so large not just considered infinite? It doesn't make sense that numbers that are so outside our comprehension/calculability aren't classified as infinite. There has to be a point where it stops mattering how large a number is because it's indistinguishable from infinity.