I am not a mathematician and so ask the following:

`In my model the ensemble of descriptions [kernels in my All] gets`

`populated by divisions of my list of fragments of descriptions into`

`two sub lists via the process of definition.`

The list is assumed to be countably infinite.

`The cardinality of the resulting descriptions is c [a power set of a`

`countably infinite set]`

`Small descriptions describe simple worlds and large ones describe`

`complex worlds.`

`To me there should be far more highly asymmetric sized divisions`

`[finite vs countably infinite] of the list than symmetric or nearly`

`symmetric [countably infinite vs countably infinite] ones.`

`However, for each small [finite] description there is a large`

`[countably infinite] description.`

The result seems to be that there are more large descriptions than small ones.

`If the above is correct then mathematically what are the measures of`

`the two types of descriptions?`

Hal Ruhl