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### computerised random number generation & infinity

I was doing some research and as it turns out infinity - infinity is what is termed an indeterminate form. It does not equal infinity, or zero, or...
Post by: uhClem, Nov 29, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### computerised random number generation & infinity

You are correct. It was unfair. But I planned to admit this later and show how everything in my post #22 was incorrect. I was acting the part of a...
Post by: uhClem, Nov 28, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### computerised random number generation & infinity

I noticed that you did not include subtraction. infinity - infinity = infinity Take the set of natural numbers and remove all the odd numbers. Now...
Post by: uhClem, Nov 27, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### computerised random number generation & infinity

The problem with Cantor and his Set Theory is actually quite simple. Set Theory uses the Axiom of Infinity. It is an unprovable assumption that...
Post by: uhClem, Nov 26, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### computerised random number generation & infinity

All sets are subsets of themselves. Every set is in 1-1 correspondence with itself.
Post by: uhClem, Nov 24, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Are there any formal proofs of maths theorems?

Archive of Formal Proofs: https://www.isa-afp.org/
Post by: uhClem, Nov 16, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Is it possibly to functionally transfer knowledge from a neural network to another?

This video might be of interest to some here. It is not specifically about ANNs. Instead it is about the more general subject of AI. It is a...
Post by: uhClem, Jan 10, 2018 in forum: Intelligence & Machines
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### QM randomness...

Does it make me feel better? I don't know. I am feeling pretty OK.
Post by: uhClem, Aug 30, 2017 in forum: Physics & Math