If the world was made up of sand,
could we ever count them all?
Humans too, and animals as well.
All crumbled to dust,
would anyone try?
Would anyone care to count
the dust we'll be reduced into?
If we're all dust,
are our numbers finally infinite?
Does the count stretch on forever,
are we never-ending swirls of dust?
Well, one way to know,
someone must count.
There must be someone
who's willing to do.
Do you want to count our molecules?
Brilliant! Go ahead!
Just let us crumble everything up!
What do you mean, that you'll be dust too?
You can't disintegrate,
you've got work to do!
What do you mean you quit?
You didn't even start yet!
Well, it's too late,
we've already started crumbling up.
We'll be gone, and you'll be gone too.
Yes, this is it.
I guess we'll never know
if we were infinite.
This is the result of TOK class, from the question: 'If the world was completely made up of sand, is the number of sand finite or infinite?'