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Topic: Why Mathematics contradicts set theory
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Re: Why Mathematics contradicts set theory
Posted: Jan 22, 2014 8:20 AM
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On Wednesday, 22 January 2014 13:57:37 UTC+1, Port563 wrote:
> <mueckenh@rz.fh-augsburg.de> wrote...

> > a potential list is never completed such that you can never say anything
> > for all integers. This is tantamount that you cannot exclude anything
> > and say that no integer of the list can satisfy the requirement of a
> > certain proof.
> By analogy, therefore, at the other end of the scale, in your mathematics
> a point cannot exist, as it has no dimensions which means everything is
> excluded.

If a point has co-ordinates, it exists - like every finite or finitely defined potentially infinite list.
> If there's no point, then instead of this trolling garbage why don't you
> participate in sensible discussion and work, e.g., ""Good" primes -
> conjectures and results",

My time is limited. So I choose what I consider the most important topic.

Regards, WM

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