- Nov 3, 2003At 10:37 PM 11/3/2003, Nathan Russell wrote:

>Equally, there are infinitely many integers, or even numbers, but there is

Yes, and there is another thing which sometimes causes confusion, which

>no one infinite integer

might be at work here. That is the difference between something being

"unbounded" and it being "infinite". The size of integers/primes is

unbounded but that doesn't mean that the size can be infinite. Every

particular integer/prime is finite. There are an infinite number of them. - << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>