In article <email@example.com>, WM <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > Every symbol is finite and is defined by a finite word. Therefore the > > > number of symbols and the number of finite sets of symbols is > > > countable. > > > > I did not know that every symbol is defined by a finite word. Can you show > > where I can find that result? > > You must scroll down quite a lot.
One might argue that each symbol can be defined by a finite paragraph, but where is it written that each symbol can be defined by a single word?
Such a "BIBLE" should be made public, not hidden away in secret as WM is doing.