On 26 Nov., 20:55, Virgil <vir...@ligriv.com> wrote:
> > There are not different topologies involved when calculating sets of > > digits of analytical limits. Nevertheless even you seem to be capable > > of recognizing that set theory is not suitable for calculating limits > > of analysis. > > While "different topologies" may be overstating the case, differing > situations is not. > > WM compares a sequence of supposedly real numbers and a sequence of sets > of digit positions, and says that because the limits of such different > sequences can be different that mathematics has failed.
You have not yet understood. I compare the analytical limit of a sequence of digits positions and the set theoretic limit of the same sequence of digit positions.
The analytical limit is obtained via (x --> oo) ==> (logx --> oo) from the limit of the sequence of real numbers, but does that invalidate the analytical mathod?