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Numbers cannot mean anything on their own. I mean we all realize that for learning math, sure 1+2=3. No problem. We all intuitively grasp that really we are not talking about 1 of anything or 2 of anything just simply the numbers. But the assumption made is of course that we are talking about the same things.

1 apple + 2 apples = 3 apples

3 pieces of fruit = 1 orange + 2 apples

2 different fruit selections = 1 orange + 2 apples

Would you life some fruit with dinner? (1) = 1 orange + 2 apples available.

In real life of course the number is not just quantitative. It's own quality, it's reality is defined by what comes after.

Therefore in a sense I say that

cannot exist unless it describes something. So, in a way you can't just keep adding a 1 to a number and it goes on forever. At some point there is a top number that describes the amount of 'whatever' in the universe, and there cannot be said to be one more of anything above it except for a meaningless number.

1 apple + 2 apples = 3 apples

3 pieces of fruit = 1 orange + 2 apples

2 different fruit selections = 1 orange + 2 apples

Would you life some fruit with dinner? (1) = 1 orange + 2 apples available.

In real life of course the number is not just quantitative. It's own quality, it's reality is defined by what comes after.

Therefore in a sense I say that

*1000000000000 000000000000000000 00000000000000 000000000000000 0000000000000000 000000000000 0000000000000000 000000000000000 000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000 000000000949494984 4000000000000000000000 000000000000000000000001 .0654646 089798465164440 000000000000000000 0000000000009*cannot exist unless it describes something. So, in a way you can't just keep adding a 1 to a number and it goes on forever. At some point there is a top number that describes the amount of 'whatever' in the universe, and there cannot be said to be one more of anything above it except for a meaningless number.

## 4 Comments:

At 03 November, 2006 23:30, SJ said…

Good point !

At 05 November, 2006 02:25, diogo said…

Well, 00000000001 000000001 000000001 000000001 in binary does just mean another number. Does that count.

At 05 November, 2006 16:09, Sj said…

no of course not D. Unless it is a number than can be defined by something else other than a number or collection of #'s

At 13 November, 2006 18:52, El Chupacabra said…

This is the coolest ever. I wish i wrote it myself.

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