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By The Way, It Doesn't Really Even Have To Be 0.9(repeated)

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Posted by Larry J. Rhodes on October 18, 2002 12:12:25 UTC

It can just be 0.9. No more decimal places are needed for it to work, which brings it even CLOSER to the realm of the finite...yet it still works, this far from infinity. :) And, I need to correct my last post about this...all the mathematics in the known universe can NOT make it FACT. I said they can...was a typo. :)

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