questfortruth
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If you are infinitely rich and lost the perfect 100 % of your money, can you remain infinitely rich?
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No, I am not a damn sinner.Only if you are an atheist.
You must be a God then. Good for you.No, I am not a damn sinner.
If you are infinitely rich and lost the perfect 100 % of your money, can you remain infinitely rich?
This illustrates the dilemma of simplistic religious sayings when subjected to intelligent thinkers.I don't see how anyone can be infinitely rich, but if they were, how could they lose their money? It seems that if they did lose their money, it would be an indication that they were never infinitely rich in the first place.
I am not Holy Trinity. My God is Holy Trinity. I am slave.You must be a God then. Good for you.
It is mathematical uncertainty: infinity times zero. It can remain infinity.I don't see how anyone can be infinitely rich, but if they were, how could they lose their money? It seems that if they did lose their money, it would be an indication that they were never infinitely rich in the first place.
That's bad luck. I hope things improve for you.I am not Holy Trinity. My God is Holy Trinity. I am slave.
It is violation of RF rules: proselytism.That's bad luck. I hope things improve for you.
Sure.If you are infinitely rich and lost the perfect 100 % of your money, can you remain infinitely rich?
Trying to make me sick? No, I am a stable man.Sure. Have you dollars labeled by integers. if you lose all those except the ones labeled by primes, you have lost a set of density 1 (closest thing to probability in this context) and still have an infinite number of dollars left (because there are infinitely many primes).
Sure. Have you dollars labeled by integers. if you lose all those except the ones labeled by primes, you have lost a set of density 1 (closest thing to probability in this context) and still have an infinite number of dollars left (because there are infinitely many primes).
If you are infinitely rich and lost the perfect 100 % of your money, can you remain infinitely rich?
It is mathematical uncertainty: infinity multiplied by zero can remain infinity.I don't see a paradox
It is mathematical uncertainty: infinity times zero. It can remain infinity.
So you're perfect?No, I am not a damn sinner.
Of course the “wealth” implied in the OP is religious truth. But then how valuable is any arbitrary religious truth? It’s 2 cents.But does that describe losing all of your money? I think it describes losing an infinite number of dollars (or whatever currency we are considering), but not losing 100% of your money.
My answer is no. You are broke now, not rich. I don't see a paradox there the way you worded it.
The undefined means that it can be any number. Infinity is number, zero is number. Multiplication of two numbers is number.Infinity times 0 is undefined.
I am sinner. But I am not proud of it. I am not "damned sinner", but "repentant sinner". Look, I know the teaching of Eastern Orthodox Christianity, and I am never violating it. I am not a heretic.So you're perfect?
It might be a sin to claim that.