> On 4/17/2013 3:26 PM, WM wrote: >> On 17 Apr., 21:41, Virgil <vir...@ligriv.com> wrote: >> >>> Is there a line containing EVERY member of A? >> >> Is there a line containing every line of B? No. Nevertheless all lines >> of B are FISONs. > > True. But this is only a contingent truth. > > For WM there is some maximum natural number > which restricts one from interpreting his > statement in the usual mathematical manner. > > For any given n, WM's statement can only > be sensible if the associated triangular > number does not exceed his maximum number. > > Why? > > WM is an unabashed ultrafinitist who refuses to fix > a largest finite number. Each "n" in his description > depends on the subsequence of triangular numbers.
Read this piece of crap: http://de.arxiv.org/abs/math/0505649 And then answer the question, with explicit references to that document, why it should make any sense to contemplate the views on mathematics of that person. The only interesting question I can see is: What the hell has gone wrong that so-called "homo sapiens" drowns in such nonsense?