# There are an infinite number of infinities. How many whole numbers are there? Infinity.

There are an infinite number of infinities.

How many whole numbers are there? Infinity.

How many tenths of whole numbers are there? Ten times infinity.

How many hundredths of whole numbers are there? 100 times infinity

How many millionths of whole numbers are there? 1,000,000 times infinity.

How many decimal numbers are there? Infinity times infinity.

1. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

There are no cardinalities between the natural numbers and the real numbers

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

That statement is independent of ZFC.

2. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

https://warosu.org/sci/image/FRCma1Q53OxkW7ZoqbsxQQ

3. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

>infinite
does not exist

4. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

>How many whole numbers are there? Infinity.
Wrong.

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

Aleph 0, infinity, same diff.

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

give us the largest whole number then

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

the information limit of the universe

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

>the information limit of the universe
+1. try again

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

you cant add 1 to it as the universe does not contain enough information for it.

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

just did,
cope

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

write the digits out

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

>pi
you first

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

Why would the exact writing of the digits be important? Do you want them in which base?
If we write the numbers in binary there would be less than in base 10, then where is the limit?

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

Care to elaborate?

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

Go ahead and try to count to infinite. Eventually you will run out of energy and matter to store the numbers. When that point happens you have discovered the final whole number.
Presuming that a whole number can not exist unless counted and stored, which I think is reasonable.

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

What about if I count untill, say, 2^456 -1 and then I add 2^457 to my set of integers?
Does the number inbetween exist?

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

That’s not how it works.

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

>it doesnt work that way
>proceeds to give no explanation whatsoever on how it actually works

5. 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

>There are an infinite number of infinities.
Wrong.
> How many whole numbers are there? Infinity.
Potential infinity. The number 126516541984891465465416814864186768514231354654196871481765449867147987168714657416879681743824257428679872 didn't exist before I wrote it down just now.

• 3 weeks ago
Anonymous

Wrong, your chance of ever having sex
has always been 1/126516541984891465465416814864186768514231354654196871481765449867147987168714657416879681743824257428679872