I love pictures that literally speak 1000 words. Since most of the morons on this site don't understand English, I thought it might be useful to draw some pictures.
In the following JPEG, our delusional mathematician Cantor claims a revelation about the absolute infinite from which he is led to discover the transfinite numbers.
Cantor concludes there is only one countable infinity, that is, aleph0, but uncountably many countably infinite ordinals, viz. w, w+1, w+2, ...
He declares aleph0 (standard infinity) to be the first transfinite number.
Definition of Absolute Infinity:
Absolute Infinity is Georg Cantor's idiotic concept of an "infinity" that transcends the transfinite numbers. Cantor equated the Absolute Infinite with God.
The transfinites are the pinnacle of Cantor's delusions. Cantor arrives at a conclusion regarding finite power sets, and erroneously applies the conclusion to infinite sets that don't exist!
I realize that a lot of you are extremely dim, so I'll provide a guide in the form of questions for you:
1. An infinite set cannot be reified, therefore it is logical to conclude that it exists. True or False?
2. The power set of a set with 2 elements has less members than the power set of a set with 9 elements. Does this mean that the power sets of smaller infinite sets will be smaller than those power sets of larger infinite sets?
3. It is perfectly logical in mathematics to define Absolute Infinity as a sound mathematical concept depending on a non-verifiable object that Cantor called "God". True or False?
4. Is infinity plus 1 well defined in any context?
5. It took Cantor 20 years until God revealed the transfinite numbers to him. Was this an excuse to influence those zealous theists of his day that Cantor's delusions are true?
Assess your level of intelligence:
0 correct answers: Dunce (or Cantor!)
1 correct answer: Moron
2 correct answers: Primate
3 correct answers: Average
4 correct answers: Promising
5 correct answers: John Gabriel is impressed!
This was the final in a series of 5 parts on Cantor's delusions. I trust you have enjoyed the lessons!