On 30 Jan., 02:26, "W. Dale Hall" <wdh...@alum.mit.edu> wrote: > david petry wrote: > > > Doron Zeilberger wrote the following in an opinion piece on his website: > > > "Read Wolfgang Mueckenheim's fascinating book ! I especially like the bottom > > > of page 112 and the top of page 113, that prove, once and for all, > that (at least) > > > the actual infinity is pure nonsense." > > >http://www.math.rutgers.edu/~zeilberg/Opinion68.html > > > I'd be interested in seeing an English translation of the bottom of page 112 and the top of page 113. > > I suppose you missed the statement that immediately followed that: > > Clarification added Aug. 25, 2011: My endorsement of Wolfgang > Mueckenheim's wonderful book is purely philosophical. I have no > expertise, or interest, in checking any possible technical > claims that he may have made.
Have you seen the difference in dates? Can you imagine why he needed so long to change his mind from purest nonsense to don't really know? Or could it be just the same reason that is (by purest accident - I did not see this thread before) treated in Matheology § 204?