In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, WM <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 27 Nov., 20:19, Virgil <vir...@ligriv.com> wrote: > > > > > If there are no actual infinities, then there can never be any left. > > There are always digits left, because the moving to the right is never > completed.
In the limit, every digit to the left of the deciml point will have been replaced by a zero digit. > > > > > > > > > > Your problem is not between > > > > potential and actual infinity but between > > > > no infinity and infinity. > > > > > Wrong. Analysis has infinity, but not completed. However, this is not > > > my problem (although I put it) but the problem of set theorists.
Analysis is not a problem for set theorists, but set theroy is a problem for WM, whose mind is too small to deal with it. > > > > It is no problem at all to those set theorists for whom the actuality of > > infinities is no problem at all. > > If you belong to the set of matheologians who agree that 1 = 2 with > Banach-Tarski, then you will certainly have no problem with the > present 1 = 0. Since mercyfully set theory is absolutely useless, > there ís no problem for the rest of the world too.
Sinve "mercyfully" is not a proper word, WM's claim here is absolutely useless, like most of his other claims. --