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**Author:**

Leon, Antonio

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

**Language:**

English

**Date Published:**

May 11, 2020

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**Abstract:**

By making use of sequences of definitions and supertasks, this chapter discusses on sets and boxes containing infinitely many elements. The discussion leads to several contradictory results pointing to the inconsistency of the hypothesis of the actual infinity.

Talking about infinitely many elements.

In nature there are no infinitely many elements. The Universe is large but it is not infinitely large. The number of atoms or electrons in the Universe is large but not infinitely large. The number of seconds in the life of this Universe is large but not infinitely large. In nature, there is no infinity.

Math is an invention of man. Infinity is an invention of man. I say, let man handle their contrived invention of infinity. Include me out. Cheers,

Steve

In nature there are no infinitely many elements. The Universe is large but it is not infinitely large. The number of atoms or electrons in the Universe is large but not infinitely large. The number of seconds in the life of this Universe is large but not infinitely large. In nature, there is no infinity.

Math is an invention of man. Infinity is an invention of man. I say, let man handle their contrived invention of infinity. Include me out. Cheers,

Steve

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