Virgil
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Re: Effect of gravitation in set theory
Posted:
Nov 22, 2011 7:36 PM


In article <33595ef1c5bc46c3947d5aea9ec89dcc@p2g2000vbj.googlegroups.com>, WM <mueckenh@rz.fhaugsburg.de> wrote:
> On 22 Nov., 13:58, William Hughes <wpihug...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > Because, if you take each element from the first line, you are forming > > a union, > > In fact??? is that the way we have to conclude? > If writing in one line, I take the union? If writing, with greates > precision, the same in a new line, I don_t take the union? > Why is 0.11111 less the union of 0.11111 and all its predecessors than > 0.11111 (now written in the first line). > > You raise completely astonishing new insights. > > > and the union of infinitely many things (in this case finite > > unions) > > *is* an infinite union. > > I thought so too. In the lines we have the union of infinitely many > things, because there are infinitely many lines. But that's not > enough? It must be one line, such that the details become blurred and > veiled?
It is not so much WM's eyesight that is blurred as his mindsight, which has been that way for years. 

