: Don Kuenz <firstname.lastname@example.org> : In the end, infinities within the fourth-dimension in space (not time) : as proposed by "The 4-D Doodler" are yet another common infinity that : belong to both Aleph-0 and Aleph-1.
Great googly moogly, what does *that* mean? What does it mean for infinities to be "within" an n-dimentional space? What does it mean for such a "infinity" to "belong" two different cardinalities? And what does Cantor have to do with any of it?
I'm sorry, but you don't seem to be making sense. Your statement above seems to be somewhere between unmeaningful and incorrect... but I'm not sure, since the meaning of "with" and "belong" in this context are unfamiliar to me.