In article <email@example.com>, WM <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Santa Clause steps through the forest. His bag has a hole. With every step he > loses 90% of the remaining contents. He goes and goes, very far, on and on. > Is there any step where he has lost everything such that his sack is empty? > Does the sequence 10^-n reach zero in any finite step? No.
Thus Santa's bag must be of actually infinite capacity. > > But d must differ from every entry of the rationals-complete list in a finite > digit.
Of which digits there are more than finitely many.