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Nov
13
comment Why aren't there $+\infty^{+\infty}$ real numbers?
Ah-ha! Now I get it. Thanks for the re-statement / further explanations.
Nov
12
comment Why aren't there $+\infty^{+\infty}$ real numbers?
I understand this is correct symbolically, but I fail to rationalize to myself "why" this should be.
Nov
12
comment Why aren't there $+\infty^{+\infty}$ real numbers?
I think I see your point (sort of). I believe I am misguided in thinking that the collection of all sets is a set.
Nov
12
comment Why aren't there $+\infty^{+\infty}$ real numbers?
Therefore, why is R uncountably infinite if the number of elements it contains can be expressed in terms of countably finite sets?
Nov
12
comment Why aren't there $+\infty^{+\infty}$ real numbers?
@Lucian I think I am asking why |N^N| does not equal |R|.
Nov
27
comment Space filling with circles of unequal radii
This question was answered on SO: stackoverflow.com/questions/9730989/…
Mar
15
comment Space filling with circles of unequal radii
Interesting. I'll give it a try and post an update.