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Transfinite Numbers (continued) - To Smartguy

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Posted by Paul R. Martin on December 17, 2001 20:39:37 UTC

Hi Mark,

This is in response to your post

http://www.astronomy.net/forums/god/messages/13440.shtml

>>>No no no... Perhaps I should have clarified. It is not obvious what I meant when I look back at my other post> >>Mark: 1 - .9999999 = "almost zero but not just quite".>>Do numbers only exist when we construct them?It seems contradictory, and yet, it's truth. This paradox must be resolved!

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