Also, I think I caught another error. I think Gödel proved that the Continuum Hypothesis is consistent with ZFC in 1940, not the 20s.

But great video all around.

]]>Also, I think I caught another error. I think Gödel proved that the Continuum Hypothesis is consistent with ZFC in 1940, not the 20s.

But great video all around.

]]>Excellent video! This immediately reminded me of work I did last year on CDFs of continuous distributions. They never converged with the discrete CDFs and it is clear that the infinite real numbers are responsible for this divergence in areas.

I have put a copy of a working paper here ( http://www.ovvofinancialsystems.com/continuum.html ) illustrating how the analysis of a continuous uniform distribution generates the measurable extent to which the area of (infinite) rational numbers is less than that of (infinite) real numbers. There is no way to exclude the full set of real numbers through this analysis, thus supporting Cantor’s notion and the hypothesis. I would appreciate any comments, thanks.

]]>Your video “How Big is Infinity” Boggles my mind.

It inspired me to write a Haiku:

Kings rule over kings

Infinity the concept

infinite itself

Best,

Rod J.