On Tuesday, July 9, 2013 1:25:55 PM UTC-7, Julio Di Egidio wrote: > "Zeit Geist" <email@example.com> wrote in message > > news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > > > > > As long as, we go no further than omega, we can talk about > > > either Ordinals or Cardinals and get the same answer. > > > > That the answer is the same is rather my thesis. Read my last post if you > > can stand it, I am done for today with the liars and the mentally impaired. >
I read it. Very angry sounding. Did some step on your dick or something?
You wrote: "Wrong: every one is removed but never all."
That is just something WM Junior would say.
And I know you are mentally impaired, but think of it this way. After a marble is added, the are infinitely many steps remaining for which the marble might be removed. It doesn't matter if its 20 steps up or 20^20^20^20^20^20 steps up. The step for that marble to be removed exists in the interval t = [0,1].
But you say, the function, f(m) = number of marbles in urn at step m, is increasing, so how can it be 0 at t = 1?
The function behaves differently at omega, maybe?
The study of Mathematics is about finding where Analogies breakdown. This happens a lot at the Limit Ordinal Omega.