I'm really sceptical of the idea that there is any one true math to decide these issues of infinity. — Mark Nyquist
it can be possible that one model can be inconsistent with another and not be false. — Mark Nyquist
A smaller infinity can reach any finite number that a larger infinity can by freezing the larger infinity and letting the smaller one catch up. — Mark Nyquist
It's just philosophy here not pure math. — Mark Nyquist
I'm in over my head — Mark Nyquist
I can also design trusses and figure pressure loss in pipelines. Doesn't that sound exciting. — Mark Nyquist
I've had college algebra, trig and calculus.
I can also design trusses and figure pressure loss in pipelines. Doesn't that sound exciting. — Mark Nyquist
I believe the solution to Russell's paradox is in here:
http://godisallthatmatters.com/2021/05/22/the-solution-to-russells-paradox-and-the-absurdity-of-more-than-one-infinity/ — Philosopher19
Honestly, I am having trouble dissecting the arguments used here.
Thoughts, jgill ? — Lionino
I can also design trusses and figure pressure loss in pipelines. Doesn't that sound exciting. — Mark Nyquist
I've heard that in the USA a huge amount of natural gas just goes missing. Where does it go? — Metaphysician Undercover
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