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Sep 18, 2014

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     - Son’s baptism? from Eric in Ontario
Bicycle…bicycle…
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Going to see Crimson
Interesting Fauna
     - Glowing Ostracod and Clear Cardinalfish
Dr. Damian Handzy’s Facts That’ll Fuck Y’Up
     - Odd & Even Numbers
Trivia Questions for OZ and NZ
Facebook Q&A on the 24th
Comedy Night in Philly on the 28th
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Ianon
over four years ago

Ah, your fact missed the really up-fucking thing. I can hear people go now: "Well duh, of course there's as many of each: there's an infinity of each".

That's where you fuck them up. Real numbers? 1, -5, 3/4, Pi, square root of 2, etc.? Also infinity of those. But... there's more of them. It can be proven mathematically that the mapping you've mentioned CANNOT exist, and quite elegantly at that. So that infinity is mathematically bigger.

There are bigger and smaller infinities. How about that?