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How can any set with endless members exist if the natural integers set doesn't exist?
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bassam king karzeddin
2018-02-12 12:31:28 UTC
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A question I just had asked at Quora

https://www.quora.com/How-can-any-set-with-endless-members-exist-if-the-set-of-natural-integers-doesnt-exist

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Bassam King Karzeddin
Feb. 12th, 2018
Zelos Malum
2018-02-12 13:01:41 UTC
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A question I just had asked at Quora
https://www.quora.com/How-can-any-set-with-endless-members-exist-if-the-set-of-natural-integers-doesnt-exist
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Bassam King Karzeddin
Feb. 12th, 2018
And you were responded to, shown to be the idiot you are.
bassam king karzeddin
2018-02-13 15:06:19 UTC
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A question I just had asked at Quora
https://www.quora.com/How-can-any-set-with-endless-members-exist-if-the-set-of-natural-integers-doesnt-exist
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Bassam King Karzeddin
Feb. 12th, 2018
And you were responded to, shown to be the idiot you are.
You know that mainstream mathematicians are almost the same modolo thinking, at here, at Quora, at SE, OR at everywhere on this planet, mainly due to the same modolo educations and inherited so unbelievable stupidity as well, and you are not any rare exception, but a typical case of the vast majorities of many unknown professional cranks, but with documented record at sci.math, but since the Math forum had completely collapsed by abandoning its rare role of documenting actual true history of the current professional morons by not keeping your ignorant record forever, then you are so lucky to delete all your shameful posts from sci.math use net, where simply you can escape

So, go and remove all that shame you had been involved for few months now, for sure

BKK
Zelos Malum
2018-02-15 07:04:13 UTC
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So, go and remove all that shame you had been involved for few months now, for sure
What shame? Showing how stupid you are? Nah, I like it, its fun.
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Mythmatics works on a set of axioms (beliefs).
You have them too, having
(~q => ~p) <=> (p => q)

is an axiom in the formal sense.

If you operate on, without proving it from even more basic axioms, that (a v b) ^c <=> (a^c)v(b^c), then that is another axiom you are using. You are however having them unstated while in formal proper mathematics, when you read it properly, it is all stated.
bassam king karzeddin
2018-02-20 15:42:40 UTC
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So, go and remove all that shame you had been involved for few months now, for sure
What shame? Showing how stupid you are? Nah, I like it, its fun.
Post by bassam king karzeddin
Mythmatics works on a set of axioms (beliefs).
You have them too, having
(~q => ~p) <=> (p => q)
is an axiom in the formal sense.
If you operate on, without proving it from even more basic axioms, that (a v b) ^c <=> (a^c)v(b^c), then that is another axiom you are using. You are however having them unstated while in formal proper mathematics, when you read it properly, it is all stated.
What nonsense did you bring with you? wonder!

BKK
Zelos Malum
2018-02-26 08:53:03 UTC
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So, go and remove all that shame you had been involved for few months now, for sure
What shame? Showing how stupid you are? Nah, I like it, its fun.
Post by bassam king karzeddin
Mythmatics works on a set of axioms (beliefs).
You have them too, having
(~q => ~p) <=> (p => q)
is an axiom in the formal sense.
If you operate on, without proving it from even more basic axioms, that (a v b) ^c <=> (a^c)v(b^c), then that is another axiom you are using. You are however having them unstated while in formal proper mathematics, when you read it properly, it is all stated.
What nonsense did you bring with you? wonder!
BKK
Mathematics, you are however too stupid to understand it, which is sad.
John Gabriel
2018-02-13 16:29:06 UTC
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A question I just had asked at Quora
https://www.quora.com/How-can-any-set-with-endless-members-exist-if-the-set-of-natural-integers-doesnt-exist
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Bassam King Karzeddin
Feb. 12th, 2018
Of course there is no infinite set of natural numbers.

Mythmatics works on a set of axioms (beliefs).
bassam king karzeddin
2018-02-21 08:45:52 UTC
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A question I just had asked at Quora
https://www.quora.com/How-can-any-set-with-endless-members-exist-if-the-set-of-natural-integers-doesnt-exist
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Bassam King Karzeddin
Feb. 12th, 2018
Of course there is no infinite set of natural numbers.
Mythmatics works on a set of axioms (beliefs).
If they announce it clearly and so bravely as (beliefs), then we must respect whatever their beliefs are, otherwise not at all, for sure

BKK
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