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Topic: § 469 Aristotle on Potential and Actual Infinity
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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infinity is odd in even bases (not defined in odd bases
Posted: Apr 11, 2014 2:05 PM
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yes, infinity is not a number; congratulation

also, zero is not a number:
we can use Lanczos' treatment of special relativity by quaternions,
where "t is the real, scalar part, and
"time is the canonical real quality. so, you can see that
zero is really just nowsville

why would an amateur mathematician wish to stop all others from using
a very effective, if imaginary tool?



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