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Topic: What is infinity minus one?
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Dave Dodson

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Re: What is infinity minus one?
Posted: Oct 28, 2007 9:28 PM
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On Oct 28, 5:46 pm, Allastor <kamo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Isn't it easiest to answer problems like this with paradoxes?
> But anyhow, if it is infinite, then it is possible for (?-1)>? to be true.
> So it is a finite number.  But it is the largest finite number possible.  
> Well, either that, or the most unknown finite number possible (depending on
> whether you consider "infinite" to mean unimaginably large, or simply an
> unkown variable.  But I don't really see the difference between relative
> infinity, and absolute infinity, so I don't think there's a difference)


???

Dave




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