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Topic: Almost infinite
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Calvin

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Re: Almost infinite
Posted: Dec 17, 2012 1:28 AM
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Imagine counting all positive integers over
a unit period of time, from zero to one, thusly:
Count 1 at time 1/2, 2 at time 3/4, 3 at
time 7/8, and so on, with each integer coming
at half of the remaining time after the last
integer counted. As the time moves inexorably
toward one, and becomes almost one, the number
of integers counted becomes just as almost infinite.



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