## A Conversation for Numbers

### |R| = |P(N)|

HippieChick Posted Nov 19, 2000

Again, I posted stuff that didn't go through. I was in error. Aleph-0 is indeed the cardinality of the natural numbers. Aleph-1 is the cardinality of the power set of the rational numbers, which as your proof shows, is also the same as the real numbers. The odd unprovable, undisprovable hypothesis that I meant to refer to was the hypothesis that there is no set of cardinality less than aleph-1 and greater than aleph-0.

### |R| = |P(N)|

HenryS Posted Nov 20, 2000

Yeah, thats the weird one. All those consistency proofs sound very cool, but I suspect the actual doing of the course you'd need to get there is rather icky. Well someone must like doing that stuff, I'm more into visual inspired bits of maths

### the great number circle

Calculator Nerd 256 Posted Mar 8, 2003

i think every number we use is modulo infinity, therefore infinity is congruent to negative infinity

therefore instead of an imaginary number plane, we have a torus, since a periodic plane is a torus

also, time is periodic, as are all other spatial dimensions

TIME DOES NOT EXIST!!!

>8^B

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