On 20 Jun., 19:34, FredJeffries <fredjeffr...@gmail.com>
> A union of WHAT? You can't do a union unless you have a set of sets. > You > do not -- you only have a "sequence of sets". A sequence is not a set.
No? May I union these two sets, A and B, which belong to the finite sequence S of two sets S = A, B ?
> Speaking of taking the union of a sequence is gibberish.
Really? May I take a union of sets which do not belong to a sequence? If you like that, then forget that my sets once upon a time have been in a sequence. Is that possible? Or do you think onece a sequence, forever a sequence, until death?