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This Is Not A Logic, This Is LACK Of Logic.

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Posted by Alexander on July 10, 2001 17:11:44 UTC

Assuming that there is the "beginning" poin on an infinite line.

On one hand, you assume that there is certain "beginning" point with NO points before it, on the other hand you assume that the line is INFINITE, i.e. that there ARE points before any point, so there ARE points before the "beginning" point.

What kind of logic is to assume that an object (points before special "beginning point") both exists and does not exist?

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