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First proof that infinitely many prime numbers come in pairs : Nature News & Comment

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First proof that infinitely many prime numbers come in pairs : Nature News & Comment

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For me 70 million is still more like infinity.

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As one of my professors said, in relation to the cardinality of the Monster group, "It's cheating to call that finite."For me 70 million is still more like infinity.

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You are right. Although the title of the article says 'First Proof of TPC'

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I think 70 million is same as 2 for analysts.

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AgreedI think 70 million is same as 2 for analysts.

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I can assure you that 70 million is still infinitely smaller than infinity.For me 70 million is still more like infinity.

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The Powerset of S has larger cardinality than S itself and therefore higher level of infinity. Repeat the process ad infinitim (what's going to stop you?) to see that the increasing levels of infinity are infinite.

For any given infinity there is always a higher infinity.

It is amazing what you can accomplish simply by asking your students to sit down.