I suggest you abandon the notion 'bigger'.
essentially because it is incompatible with
the relation called 'symmetry breaking' - which
is a major qualia in modern physics-math.

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Bruno Marchal wrote:
>
> Does everyone agree with the following proposition:
>
> For all number x, if x is bigger than 2 then x is bigger than
> 1.
>
> (by "bigger" I mean strictly bigger: 17 is strictly bigger than 16, but
> not strictly bigger than 17).
>
> It would help me to explain some point to non logicians if you tell me
> in case you believe the proposition above is false.
>
> I can put it in another way, like:
>
> Whatever the number someone can choose, if that number is
> bigger than
> 2 then it will be bigger than 1.
>
> Is it obvious?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Bruno
>
> http://iridia.ulb.ac.be/~marchal/