So I’m making this post because I believe Inaccessible Speed should honestly be a thing.
Now for starters I honestly do not think Infinite Speed and Inaccessible Speed are the same.
I’m gonna explain why Infinite Speed and Inaccessible Speed are different
Infinite Speed (Able to move to be able to move anywhere instantly and/or to be able to cross an infinite distance within a finite amount of time. Certain methods such as Teleportation, for example, does not count)
So Infinite Speed is where you are moving at a infinite distance in a finite amount of time.
Inaccessible (The ability to move distances, whether finite or infinite, in zero time. This is usually achieved by moving in places outside of time or places where time doesn't flow.)
Now Inaccessible Speed however is where you travel any distance of where within “0” amounts of time or when time is null (and it would be null if it was a timeless void or something, meaning while time is literally nothing and or if it’s completely non existent)
Now just a clear reminder aight? If you move in a persons time stop that DOES NOT mean you have inaccessible speed (guaranteed)
There’s a difference between being resistant to time stopping abilities and moving when time is completely non existent. (I won’t get into that because it’s pretty much obvious why)
So let’s have 2 characters race each other.
One character with Infinite Speed vs One character with Inaccessible Speed
Now which speed is superior? Well it would be obvious that inaccessible is superior.
Why? Well it’s simple
The character with Infinite Speed against the character with Inaccessible Speeds point of view is that the character with Infinite Speed would be completely frozen from the character with Inaccessible Speeds point of view. Because even with the smallest finite number is nowhere near as impressive as 0 and such a difference is similar to how an inaccessible cardinal is treated in comparison to sets of infinity or otherwise known as “alephs” in that no matter that how many infinites you stack on top of each other, you’ll never be able to reach an inaccessible cardinal which is literally a cardinal that cannot be accessed, and hence the term inaccessible speed.
The proposition is to just add a necessary speed tier in-between Infinite speed and Immeasurable speed for when a character moves in a place outside of time. We currently have this rated here as Infinite speed, but that's fundamentally flawed, because Infinite speed is an endless value that begins as moving infinite distance in finite time as a baseline. It would be horrendous downplay to refer to moving in a place without time using a similar value because if you can only travel infinite distance in finite time, you'd be just as frozen to a character who can move in places without time as a character with finite speed, seeing as you'd never be able to perform actions.
To assert it a bit more mathematically, 1 / 0 is not infinite, because infinite 0s does not equal anything greater than 0. Like most people would agree, we should call it Inaccessible speed, because it would be speed equivalent to an inaccessible cardinal and it fits with the theme of started all if these particular speeds with "i" (Immobile, Infinite, Inaccessible, Immeasurable, Irrelevant)
And that is why I think Inaccessible should be a thing on here. So what are your guys thoughts?