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Topic: Matheology S 162
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trj

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From: Korea
Registered: 2/23/12
Re: Matheology S 162
Posted: Nov 30, 2012 5:02 AM
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> > Sure.  Aside from the fact, you know, that ZFC
> proves there is a set of
> > natural numbers.
>
> That's because even silliest claims, when called
> axioms, have to be
> worshipped by the community of matheologians.
>
> Regards, WM


Which by the way is precisely as silly as the claim that every element
of a group possesses an inverse. Which is in WM's terms equally
worshipped, i.e. it is used because it is useful.
-trj



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