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Topic: Infinity and Theology (19)
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Virgil

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Re: Infinity and Theology (19)
Posted: Oct 29, 2013 3:24 PM
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In article <38f89077-5330-413b-a07d-f50cac86eaed@googlegroups.com>,
mueckenh@rz.fh-augsburg.de wrote:

> [...] far more Important reasons can be added which result from the absolute
> omnipotence of God and with respect to which every negation of the
> possibility of a "Transfinitum seu Infinitum actual creatum" appears like a
> violation of that attribute of God.
> [Cantor to Prof. Dr. Constantin Gutberlet, 24. Jan. 1886]
>
> Regards, WM


Makes far more sense that any of the weird nonsense that WM claims goes
on in his wild weird world of WMytheology.

For any natural number, there are at most a finite number of FISONs
which do NOT contain that natural thus the union of any infinite set of
FISONs must contain each and every natural.

And everywhere except possibly ,in
WM's wild weird world of WMytheology,
such infinite sets of FISONs exist and can
have their union formed.

The WM claims that in his wild weird world of WMytheology
unions such sets and their unions cannot be formed only affects those
incarcerated within that WMytheology, like WM himself.

So those of us free of the chains of WMytheology and living outside of
the gri walls surrounding Wolkenmuekenheim are free to ignore WM's
pitiful plaints.
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