Mon 8 Feb, 2010 01:26 am - [QUOTE=Jebediah;124992]That's unfair don't you think? One can't really judge historical figures too harshly by present day standards. Unless you are willing to judge yourself by... (view)
Wed 3 Feb, 2010 07:33 am - [quote]that last bit was to represent perfection necessary for approaching, in the pre-Jesus era, though.
The superficiality of the notion [quote] I don't like physical deformities... (view)
Thu 28 Jan, 2010 11:40 pm - [QUOTE=Emil;123372]Its set theory mixed with predicate logic.
(∀x∈[I]R[/I])(x-x=0) means for all x that are members of of the set of real numbers, x-x=0.
(∀x)(x-x=0) means... (view)
Thu 28 Jan, 2010 06:19 pm - [QUOTE=Emil;123324]
Undefined means that it doesn't mean anything.[COLOR="Silver"]
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You can know... (view)
Thu 28 Jan, 2010 01:49 pm - [QUOTE=Emil;123302]I have no clue what you are on about and it is irrelevant to this thread.[/QUOTE]If you have no clue, how did you know it's irrelevant ?
If we say infinity equals... (view)
Thu 28 Jan, 2010 01:04 pm - [QUOTE=kennethamy;123289]I am sorry, but I do not understand the above argument. What has the the chemical etc. origin of our action to do with whether or not it is compelled? Suppose I lift my arm... (view)
Thu 28 Jan, 2010 08:45 am - [QUOTE=Emil;123184]Assuming that it could not hit the same spot, it would still be 0. 1/∞ = 1/(∞-1), because ∞-1=∞.[/QUOTE] as the number of arrows approaches infinity,... (view)
Wed 27 Jan, 2010 11:56 pm - [QUOTE=Emil;123173]The probability of the arrow hitting any single point is 0. The arrow hits one point at random. There are an infinite number of points. The probability is thus 1/∞, that... (view)
Wed 27 Jan, 2010 07:55 am - [QUOTE=Emil;122712]
consider a thought example. An arrow will be shot at a disc. The arrow's head is 1 point large. The head will hit the disc somewhere at random. The disc has an... (view)