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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on July 26, 2004 13:39:05 UTC

Why shouldn't we be able to make an infinite number of mathematics?Take a different set of axioms and get a dufferent mathematics.YOU CAN'T LIMIT THE NUMBER OF MATHEMATICAL AXIOMS,can you?Therefore it is infinite.So the number of mathematics is infinite,don't you think?Consider your example.If we defy the equivalancy axiom but add some other interesting ones than we may get some mathematics,why not,although a very different one from these we know?It seems that there are really an infinite number of mathematics but I'm absolutely stuned that mathematicians don't understand this.Don't you think?

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