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Topic: (infinity) A real story
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YBM

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Re: (infinity) A real story
Posted: Oct 14, 2013 5:36 PM
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Le 14.10.2013 20:14, mueckenh@rz.fh-augsburg.de a écrit :
> On Monday, 14 October 2013 00:11:23 UTC+2, Virgil wrote:
>

>>> If you claim that infinitely many enumerated lines are required, then name the first line number required.
>
>> While no particular line is neccessary, neither is any finite set of lines sufficient, but any and every infinite set of lines is sufficient and the infiniteness of a set of lines is necessary.
>
>> According to mathematics, every nonempty > subset of natural numbers has a first element. This also holds for infinite > subsets.
>
>> Something true from WM.
>
> Then obey it! Your "any and every infinite set of lines is sufficient" is simply nonsense. You must give a smallest line required. But as long as the lines are finite, it is impossible that two or more lines contain more than one of the lines.


Mueckenshit is as bad as always.

If he would have defined "is necessary" in term of second order logic
he would have got the issue.

But he is as the same time too arrogant and too stupid to even try
do so.

Is this piece of dirt still teaching in high school in Germany this
year? What are sane people in Germany to make him being fired?!








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