On 6/23/2013 10:19 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > On Sunday, 23 June 2013 16:59:06 UTC+2, fom wrote: >> And as for predicting the existence of numbers in a time that has not yet happened, that is just as delusional as any completed infinity. > > If you think so, you may be right in your own mind. I have at least one more mind, namely Borel's, sharing my view. And I am certain I could find millions of minds, even among astrologians, theologians, and matheologians, agreeing that up to every instant of time the number of numbers used by God's creatures is finite. > > No chance to convince a substantial set of minds of the contrary, no reson and no use in this case to mention Kant. > > Regards, WM >
Apparently you cannot read.
Whatever count you have up to the present is of no consequence to your delusion.
It is what you claim concerning what has not yet come to pass that is to be compared with what is abstract.