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    "To infinity and beyond"

    Dear all,

    What is the meaning of the catchphrase "To infinity and beyond" that is always repeated by Buzz in Toy Story?

    What does he mean by it?

    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: "To infinity and beyond"

    It's just a catch-phrase - specifically (hyperbolically) saying he'll go as far as possible (and then some) to do what's right. (In the tradition of such catch-phrases involving popular science, it is logically impossible - I think ).

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    Re: "To infinity and beyond"

    hi
    Please note I'm not a teacher nor a native speaker,

    I think it is an oxymoron.

    Cheers

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    Re: "To infinity and beyond"

    Not a teacher.

    There are mathematics where "infinity plus one" comes into play, as oxymoronic as it sounds.

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