On 30 Nov., 14:39, "Dik T. Winter" <Dik.Win...@cwi.nl> wrote:
> I think you are confusing the limit of a sequence of sets (which is a > set) and the limit of the sequence of the cardinalities of sets ( which > is a cardinality). In general: the limit of the cardinalities is not > necessarily the cardinality of the limit, however much you would like > that to be the case.
If the limit of cardinalities is 1, then the limit set has 1 element. In my case the minimum cardinality is one and the minimum set has 1 element. This covers the limits of cardinality and set. Set theory say that the limit set is empty. Therefore set theory is wrong.