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Is that anything significant?

So, China puts a drone on the dark side of the Moon.

Opportunity, would you mind deleting posts 176 and 180? They're just taking up space with song lyrics and video's. Thank you.

Changing the mathematical definition of infinity is a bit more difficult than I anticipated,

Larger than any natural number? What does that even mean in wiki?

Things change. Meanings change.

Also, redefining it doesn't help at all.

or folk will get confused.

And they usually change in such a manner as to afford greater usefulness.

And I suppose, "a number greater than any countable number," won't confuse anyone?

Well... the rest of us seem to be able to cope with it.

In addition you seem to believe that:Finite, is not really finite, mathematically.

Why are you still reading this thread, by the way?

I post replies pointing out mistakes.That way people reading through the thread won't be misled into thinking you are actually correct.

0<∞<Ι1Ι True

This reasoning is perfectly valid, and I stand by it 100%.

Infinity is not less than 1

0<∞<1 is a mathematical truth.

You really need to quite trolling my thread.

infinity requires the integers before and after it to even exist.

Our definition of infinity stands in error. It is wrong.