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  1. byhisello99
    08-24-2015 08:47 AM
    byhisello99 commented on Libertarianism and the body as property
    You sly dog.
  2. Monte314
    08-20-2015 02:54 PM
    Yes, it is possible to eliminate an infinite amount of stuff, but still leave stuff behind. That's why just counting sets isn't enough...
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  4. Mikk
    08-20-2015 11:22 AM
    Exactly, that is my conclusion aswell. I was born on the internet and I have yet to find it = it does not exist.
  5. Monte314
    08-19-2015 02:04 PM
    Monte314 commented on math: Feed the invisible pet frog
    Yes! And though you can always know that it can be found in a finite amount of time, no upper bound can be set for that time in advance.
  6. adu
    08-19-2015 11:00 AM
    Here's an example to highlight the difference between "infinite" and "arbitrarily big":
    It's fairly easy to show that INFINITE arithmetic progressions of prime numbers don't exist.
    However, it's a (super-hard, but that's not important) theorem that ARBITRARILY LONG arithmetic progressions of prime numbers do exist. (–Tao_theorem )
  7. adu
    08-19-2015 10:57 AM
    Look - I think you're probably misinterpreting the problem. It's true that depending on what the dragon is doing, the number of required attempts can get arbitrarily big. But it doesn't mean it's infinite!
  8. adu
    08-19-2015 10:37 AM
    adu commented on math: Feed the invisible pet frog
    I think you're very close to solving the problem. But I get the feeling you're confused by something ...
  9. Monte314
    08-18-2015 11:29 AM
    No, much more specific. I'll post it for everyone later if necessary.
  10. Ghoster

    Who, exactly, at the DNC do you get your talking points from?


  11. Monte314
    08-18-2015 08:04 AM
    I mean real, useful information.
  12. Monte314
    08-18-2015 07:11 AM
    Monte314 commented on math: Feed the invisible pet frog
    No. You get information about infinitely many points.
  13. byhisello99
    08-17-2015 10:49 AM
    "If you actually do some research, Democrats and Republicans both believed the intelligence about Iraq."

    It's actually worse than that. Leading up to the invasion Saddam Hussein was actively supporting violent anti-Americanism worldwide. He was also seeking nuclear weapons. And both of these are simply inarguable fact. We have in the archives in Carlisle, PA, the video recording of the Iraqi defense counsel discussing the program to obtain nuclear weapons - that occurred two days before the U.S. bombing campaign.

    Waiting for the mushroom cloud would have been malfeasance of duty.

    The distraction of blaming 9/11 on Bush would be hilarious, except these people vote. Bush is responsible for a terrorist aggression he inherited, but Obama is not responsible for a quagmire he inherited.
  14. Sarea
    08-12-2015 07:37 AM
    Sanchez is still the best Bond villain, classy, sadistic and coldly possessive at the same time.
  15. Sarea
    08-12-2015 07:31 AM
    But, Jaws kinda lost his toughness when he fell in love with that girl.
  16. Sarea
    08-12-2015 07:28 AM
    the actress = dr jean grey in X Men, right? Famke Janssen?

    No, she's not memorable.

    What's Christopher Walken's character in 007?
  17. Sarea
    08-12-2015 06:59 AM
    from Krull?
  18. Sarea
    08-12-2015 06:41 AM
    Eugh :P

    May Day is cool too
  19. Sarea
    08-12-2015 06:28 AM
    Bond villains?

    Then, must include Sanchez.
  20. Sarea
    08-12-2015 06:23 AM
    Sarea commented on Spy v. Spy v. Spy
    Mini me!

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