On 16 Dez., 13:02, Zuhair <zaljo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Actually infinite paths like that of 0.010101... = 1/3 (in binary) > > cannot be defined by nodes. No infinite sequence has ever been defined > > by its terms. Those things have to be defined by finite definitions > > like "0.010101..." or "1/3". > > > Regards, WM > > so what you are saying is that an actual infinite path like > 0.010101... is not among the tree you've constructed.
And if I have not told you the truth? What would you say if I had used the tails 010101... Is that kind of reasoning reasonable? Is that mathematics???
> If so then how > do you claim that what you've constructed is the CIBT?
I do not claim it. I have done it. Try to find a node of that path that is not in the Binary Tree. You will fail. Can't you think so complex thoughts?
You have no chance to distinguish the path 1/3 by nodes because there is no binary fraction of 1/3. All you have been told by matheologians about completed infinity was and is completed nonsense.