I looked at your paper, interesting. 
One question:
what do you mean by "exist"
(Notably: "does NOT exist)?

We think about it (no matter in how vague terms and weak understanding), we 
talk about it, our mind has a place in our thinking for that term, - does this 
not suffice for (in a WIDER??? meaning) existence? 
I agree: it is  logically (physically?) hardly identifiable but do we stand 
only on a (material?) physical basis? 
And I make no difference between infinite small and infinite big. None of them 
understandable. Brent's 'infinitesimal' is a good idea in this topic, yet I 
consider it scale-oriented, an infinitesimally close in 1000 orders of 
magnitude smaller scale can be 'miles' away. (No 'real' miles implied) - 

Best regards

John M
----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Torgny Tholerus 
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  Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2007 11:58 AM
  Subject: Re: Evidence for the simulation argument


    Le 14-mars-07, à 08:51, Torgny Tholerus a écrit : (among others)

      Infinity is a logically impossible concept. Infinity Does Not Exist.
      -- 
      Torgny Tholerus



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