In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com wrote:
> On Friday, 14 June 2013 18:39:35 UTC+2, Julio Di Egidio wrote: > >> The Binary Tree does not contain paths of irrational numbers. > > > It's in your realm, where infinite paths do not exist at all, that > > irrationals just do not exist either. > > You have not yet understood, but you are not the only one. It takes a very > bright mind or much time. (I needed much time.) > Irrational numbers exist in mathemaics. But they have no decimal fraction.
Only fractions expressible with denominators of form 2^m*5^n are decimal fractions, which leaves "most" rational numbers out. > > > It's in your realm that objects are only finite, limits do not exist, nor > > there is an inductive set N. > > You have not yet understood.
To be not understanding of the machinations inside the wild weird world of WMytheology is wisdom. > > > It's in your realm that limits just do not exist > > Wrong. See above.
An infinite sequence cannot exist without having a definition of its terms valid for all infinitely many terms. And without all those infinitely many terms actually existing, there can be no such thing as a limit to any such incomplete sequence. >
> > Also that is wrong. There are infinite unions, namely finite unions that > surpassing every finite one.
So how does any finite union exceed itself in WMytheology?
Outside of WMytheology they don't!
> For every n there is m > n
Outside of WMytheology, there is then a set of all those m greater than that n.
> Contrary to matheology which requires > There is M such that for every n : M >= n.
Then matheology must then be a sub-ology of WMytheology, as that does not hold anywhere else. > > > In fact, it's you who are a complete fraud, indeed a mixture of a spammer > > and a troll. > > In fact you have shown that you have not yet understood. You show the typical > reaction.
The typical, and almost universal, reaction to the wild weird world of WMytheology is, quite properly, rejection of it. --