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Polish Youth wrote:making a faulty or false observation logically cohesive makes it a faulty observation that is logically cohesive.
if infinity is greater than any integer of a natural number then what is greater than any integer of a natural number given that you can always add another integer of a natural number since given the principle of mathematical deduction you can always a number onto a natural number to make it even a greater natural number and continue like this indefinitely. you are saying infinity is infinity and simply using a substitute for the latter infinity to make it seem serious instead of clownish.
Polish Youth wrote:i have no patience to decode this autistic word salad, sorry to behave like a rude cunt but i am being honest.
paradox is not an oxymoron
the paradox of infinity is as real of a problem as can be...what's at the end of universe?nothing?there can be nothing, this is certain, and if there can be nothing there must be something and if there must be something then wherever you go, you must be able to go further and find something there...yet...how can you go indefinitely forever? if you could go forever, by default, you would have enough time to traverse all space...only that you could not do so by definition...there is nothing naive nor spooky about this because, unlike what arrogant 90 IQ buffoons claim, this problem remained unsolved for a thousands of years for a reason. similar to free-will...are you another imbecilic spook who thinks he has laid out a 'solution' to free-will???I think not, you are autistic but you can exchange thoughts and argue without starting to cry and bang your head on your desk as you melt-down...my respects sire...
Magnus Anderson wrote:That does not address the argument that I presented.
Ecmandu wrote:Yes it does.
Magnus wrote:1) Infinity is a number greater than every integer.
2) Zero is not greater than every integer (i.e. there are integers greater than zero e.g. number one.)
3) Therefore, "zero" and "infinity" refer to two different concepts.
Ecmandu wrote:Zero is the same as 1 numerically, as I explained earlier
You stated that there are no straight lines in a circle. No rays.
This is true if existence is analog.
So... I posit to you ... what do you think existence is?
But even more to the point...
Even if existence is analog and you shave off a small part of the circle... because of perceptual acuity (and not under a microscope) it will look exactly straight, it will be a ray for all intents and purposes.
Magnus Anderson wrote:You don't seem to get that I won't listen to anything new you have to say unless you first address my last response to you.
I much prefer you get off your pedestal and actually start interacting with me instead of merely ranting and holding monologues.
Ecmandu wrote:You’re making the same three points that you make in EVERY math thread...
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Just know that like iambiguous, this has become your thread now.
Magnus Anderson wrote:It's okay to be uninterested in further discussion. No need to explain why.
But in such a case, I will have to note that you left it and that it was your turn to address what I said when you left it.
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