On 8 Mai, 09:50, Virgil <vir...@ligriv.com> wrote:
> > > > Because by construction all elements are in the last line already. > > > > What last line? > > > The last line would be that line that contains all natural numbers. > > If there is no last line, as it appears to be the case, then there are > > never all natural numbers. > > Wrong and wrong! If each line is a FISON (finite initial set of > naturals) then there is no last FISON unless there is a last natural, > but every natural has a successor, > so no last natural, > and no last FISON, > and no last line.
and no finished infinity of "all numbers". Goto