@darkpsychiclord_prime:

That's a nice explanation, however it's flawed, because Gojo is not infinity, he just places infinity around him like a barrier.

Wrong.

He is not infinity - yes. However, he is at an infinite distance from the perspective from the observer. Meaning they'd need to cross an infinite amount of space to reach him

Even if he's an "infinite" distance away, he himself is still standing in the same universe/space time.

Yes he is technically in the same "space time" with the observer. But they'd need to cross an infinite amount of space to reach him. Mathematically, the (finite) distance between them is at a limit to infinity

Back to the treadmill analogy. The length of the treadmill is finite, but when it is turned on, the length become a limit to infinity (no matter how long you walk on the treadmill, you never reach the end)

Garou circumvents the issue of traveling altogether with the portals, as he doesn't move through the same space/time, he goes through a different dimension and emerges in the same universe, just in another place.

This is just a long way of saying that garou moves from a finite point in space to another finite point in space with the portals. As I've established, it is useless against infinity

He can simply create a portal inside Gojo's mouth/ear/eyes, etc and that'd be it.

No, because he'd need to teleport to a point in space infinitely far away. Portals can't do that

As proven when he travelled back to Earth, he needs to see his objective to reach it, and given Gojo is very visible that won't be a problem. Garou doesn't even need to do that anyway, simply teleporting the space surrounding Gojo and infinity to another dimension/the sun/space, etc would be equally as easily and effective.

See above

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