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Topic: Matheology § 293
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 Tucsondrew@me.com Posts: 1,161 Registered: 5/24/13
Re: WMytheology § 293
Posted: Jun 22, 2013 2:08 PM

On Saturday, June 22, 2013 5:59:19 AM UTC-7, muec...@rz.fh-augsburg.de wrote:
> > Is every natural number in some FISION?
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> >Yes.
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> In a self-contradictory theory you cannot conclude anything from a contradiction.
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> > So, is every natural number in the Union of the List of each, every, and all FISIONs?
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> > Yes.
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> Is every FISON lacking a set of aleph_0 natural numbers?
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> Are there two FISONs which are not in the well-order of all FISONs by inclusion monotony?
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> No.
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> Can a union over two FISONs supply more naturals than are in one FISON?
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> No
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> Why should these statements be less true than yours? Because yours are historically older?
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> 1) Every natural number is in some FISON
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> 2) Not every natural number is in some FISON
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> None of them excludes the other because the theory is self-contradictory.
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I know you have problem when people write "every".
If I say "Every student has a Math teacher.", it does NOT mean
that all the students have the same Math teacher.

1. If x is natural number, then x is an element of, at least one, FISON.

That is all we need to prove that,

2. If x is a natural number, then x e U { f | f is a FISON }.

It doesn't matter that each FISON lacks aleph_0 natural number.
We just need each natural numbers to be eventually be the element
of some FISON, which is true for each and every n.

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> Regards, WM

ZG