Image, if you can, the Natural number line in its entirety. On the left endpoint is One. To the right, from there, is a line of infinite length. We know, too, that it isn't really a line but a series of discrete numbers or points, but when looking at the whole collection of points it looks like a continuous line. No matter how good our eye sight is, we can not distinguish individual points. Perhapse it would help to picture the line inside a circle where the circle, all points at $n$distance from the center represents the unlimited boundry of numbers, like the boundries of a Poincarè model of Hyperbolic space. The center of the circle would then be Zero, the Origin. The Natural number line, taken as a whole, would go from the center to a point near the bounding circle such that, no matter how close one zoomed in it would look like it touched the boundry. Whether or not it actually does is unimportant, for now. However, that it does not touch the actual center is somewhat important. We know, by definition, that the first point of the Natural number line is one whole number away from the Origin, but when looking at the number line as a whole, that fact is obscured and we can draw the line as if it were eminating right from the center. We can do this because the proportionate difference between Zero and One to the length of the entire number line of all Natural numbers is infinitesimal.

Now that we have a visual model for the Natural number line; what can we do with it to help describe an infinite set of finite numbers? For one thing, we can see that the difference between One and Zero on this number line does not help in locating the finite beginning. We must use what we know about the Natural numbers to find that, but what about One-Million? can we see the difference there? Nope! If you consider that there are still an infinite number of points to the right of One-Million, then we can't visually tell the difference between One-Million and the Origin or Zero. The same can be said for One-Googol or One-Googolplex or even Skewe's Number $10^{10^{10^{1000}}}$.

There is still an infinite number of points to the right of these numbers and these numbers are all finite so they still sit, visually, at the Origin. In fact, that is something I find entirely fascinating. No matter what number we pick, it will be finite and there will always be an infinite number of points to the right of it. Therefore, in our visual model no points on our line can exist anywhere along the line except at Zero, yet the line to Infinity must also exist in order for there to be an infinite number of points that never leave the Origin. We can draw a point at the midpoint of the line that is $n/2$ from the center of our circle and that point would exist on the Natural number line but it has to be an infinite number and is therefore **not** a Natural number. No mater what, if all Natural numbers are finite, then all Natural numbers go no where along the Natural number line. They don't get any closer to Infinity, they don't get infinite and they can't become distiguishable from Zero in relationship to the number line as a whole.