Atoms are finite but not numerable...at leat at this moment ! I think.
But the problem equals to the infinitness or not of Universe.
I wander if a set could be finite non numerable as a sand
Numerating the first grain, one then must have geometric problem
to decide for the second. BUT COULORED ONE FOR ONE!!!!
I regret my poor et petit english, the official languaje in this List !
Jon Perry <perry@...
in the Abstract, 2nd sentence:
'There are more primes than the number of atoms in the universe.'
This a proven fact? I had naturally assumed |atoms| was finite, but this
sentence makes me question myself.
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