In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, WM <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 15 Jul., 15:55, "dilettante" <n...@nonono.no> wrote: > > > >Second, instead of 1 and 0 you can use the indexes themselves: The > > >limit of the sequence > > >21 > > >2.1 > > >432.1 > > >43.21 > > >6543.21 > > >654.321 > > ... > > >is not 0 but oo, in mathematics. > > >http://www.hs-augsburg.de/~mueckenh/GU/GU12c.PPT#403,25,Folie25 > > >Third: I happened to publish § 077, by pure accident it gives just the > > >opinion of a leading set theorist. Perhaps that will convice you. > > > > Really? Convince me of what? > > Convincing you that matheology is nonsense, because matheologians > support what you correctly deny. > > > Appeal to authority is irrelevant in > > mathematics. > > > > >Fourth, from your mathematically healthy reaction I obtain that you > > >are not among the lost souls of matheology. That fills my heart with > > >joy. > > >Regards, WM > > > > Don't get too happy. We agree that the limits of these sequences of NUMBERS > > is infinity. We don't agree about what you say that has to do with set > > theory. > > But it has.
That WM claims it does not make it so. If anything, it created justifiable doubts about the claim.
> If you do not see it, then deterioration of your brain by > matheology has been advanced too far.
Actually, only WM is infected with WMatheology, the rest of us make do with standard mathematics. > > > And the fact remains: you lack intellectual integrity, > > It seems that I have hit a sore point. > > > as proved by > > your clipping of remarks about one sequence and trying to pass them off as > > remarks about something else. > > There is nothing "else".
There is a lot of "else" in standard mathematics that WMatheologists do not "get", and a lot of WMatheology that, fortunately, does not appear in standard mathematics.
> > Like it or like it not, set theory has been shown a big deceit.
Only in your WMatheology. From the point of view of the vast majority of standard mathematicians, your WMatheology is the big deceit.
> Future > generations will lough about those fools who honestly have talked > about unaccessible cardinals and that stuff.
Only those future generations which have been brainwashed by such as WM himself. And even some of them may well come to their senses when free from indoctrination into WMatheology.
The vast majority of potential mathematicians, fortunately, will escape any such dismal indoctrination entirely. --