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Topic: Why is it that the mathematical world can contain an infinity of
infinities, but the physical world can't contain one of them?

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Re: Why is it that the mathematical world can contain an infinity of
infinities, but the physical world can't contain one of them?

Posted: Aug 4, 2013 2:34 PM
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On Sunday, August 4, 2013 8:42:32 AM UTC-5, Pfs...@aol.com wrote:
> On Sat, 3 Aug 2013 12:40:22 -0700 (PDT), donstockbauer@hotmail.com
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> That's not parfticularly unusual?
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> Is there an "idea" floating arouund in the physical world?
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> Or a "god" or a "heaven" or etc etc


As memes. That's it. Infinity is just a meme. In Luling, Texas there's a restaurant named "Meme."



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