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Re: Matheology § 169
Posted:
Dec 4, 2012 6:24 PM


On Monday, December 3, 2012 5:14:25 AM UTC8, WM wrote: > If God has mathematics of his own that needs to be done, let him do it > > himself. > > [Errett Bishop: "Foundations of constructive analysis", McGrawHill, > > New York, (1967) Introduction] > > > > Can He have a list of all real numbers?
How do you define a list?
> If not, can He store the real > > numbers in His Infinite Eternity or Eternal Infinity?  each number > > pinned down by a rational spacetimequadruple?  or quintuple or even > > centuple? If so, then He could also compute 2 + 2 = 8
I can compute that. It's 0, FALSE.
> and he could > > conclude that Cantor was right. It does not seem that He has > > mathematics of His own.
You have to be God to know God's math.



