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Re: Discussion with WM - Frustration reaches boiling point (What
is not clear?)

Posted: Jul 6, 2014 1:49 AM
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On 7/5/2014 10:15 PM, karl wrote:
> Am 05.07.2014 23:46, schrieb mueckenh@rz.fh-augsburg.de:
>> On Saturday, 5 July 2014 20:30:33 UTC+2, karl wrote:
>>> Am 05.07.2014 19:40, schrieb mueckenh@rz.fh-augsburg.de:
>>>

>>>> On Saturday, 5 July 2014 17:20:01 UTC+2, karl wrote:
>>>
>>>>> Am 05.07.2014 17:00, schrieb mueckenh@rz.fh-augsburg.de:
>>>
>>>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>>>
>>>
>>>>>> Yes, there is a contradiction.
>>>
>>>>>
>>>
>>>>> Where?
>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>> We have the fact that the sequence does not contain empty sets, when considering the cardinalities,
>>>
>>>>
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>>>> and the fact that every rational leaves the sequence. When assuming that "every rational
>>>
>>>> leaves the sequence" means same as "all rationals leave the sequence", we have a contradiction.
>>>
>>>
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>>> All rationals leave the sequence sometimes is no contradiction to the fact that always the sets in the sequence are
>>> infinite.
>>>
>>> Again, where is THE CONTRADICTION?

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>> If always the sets are infinite, then not "all elements can have left".
>> "All rationals leave the sequence sometimes" means there is some time when all have left. Note: This is different from "every rational leaves".

>
> Ok, make a simpler example.
> Sequence of sets:
>
> M_n={n}
> All natural numbers leave this sequence of sets sometimes, but at which time all have left?
>
>
>


Right, what is the framework that metrifies them.




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