While it may seem like this is intuitively true, Cantor did manage to demonstrate that the rationals are countably infinite while the reals are uncountably infinite. Although, once you are talking about infinities, logic may go out the window. But that is part of the mathematical dogma of today.If there are an infinity of numbers, then there will be an infinity of any portion of those numbers.More. Cantor.I wonder if Bluffy realizes there are as many non-whole numbers as there are whole numbers.NOTES ON MINE ...You really have no idea what that word means, do you?

1) Notice the 2 * 22 on both upper arms ... aaaah ... symmetry

Symmetry between what and what?Quote2) Notice the two 63's entering and exiting the PCI notice they make no particular sense.

PC * 63*20 = EC ? ? ?Quote3) Notice the "12-ness" associated with the PR, PC and ERFrom which you conclude....

Something to do with withAncient Knowledge?Quote4) You can enter from PR or PC and derive PI very accurately - 5 decimal placesOh? How does that work?

Anything to do with anyAncient Knowledge?Quote5) Everything is whole numbersunlike the real world. This is supposed to be a plus?

Love is like a magic penny

if you hold it tight you won't have any

if you give it away you'll have so many

they'll be rolling all over the floor

if you hold it tight you won't have any

if you give it away you'll have so many

they'll be rolling all over the floor