> On Tue, 02 Jan 2007 13:20:15 +0100, Han de Bruijn > <Han.deBruijn@DTO.TUDelft.NL> wrote: > >>Virgil wrote: >> >>>In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "ooo" <email@example.com> >>>wrote: >>> >>>>I am biginer in English and mathrmatics. >>>>If real line is filled with points and each point is >>>>distinguished,then each point has difference from every other points. >>>>Therfore real line has void. >>> >>>The only void appears to be in your understanding of the real line. >> >>He is close. If the real line is filled with points and each point is >>distinguished, then each point is different from every other point. OK. > > Yes, each point is different from every other point. That's just > what the phrase "other point" means. > >>But the continuum has no void. Therefore there must be an uncertainity >>(delta), associated with each point, such that this (delta) is greater >>than the difference between any two neighbouring points. > > This is nonsense. There is no such thing as "two neighboring points".
Correct? Delete the "two", leaving "between neighbouring points". OK?