The Ultimate Proof

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Today I am writing about the ultimate math proof. There are many interesting questions at stake here. On the one hand, there is one or more epsilons to be defined for the continuity of functions. On the other hand, it is also about the question of whether the eternal add with one or whether the eternal divide by 2 continues ad infinitum.

Historically, Max Planck in particular has dealt with this question. At that time he did not like his own discovery, Planck's quantum of action. It contradicts the mathematical common sense that everything there is can be shared again. The quantum is only valid in atomic theory, but its existence means that it is preserved as a difference even in infinity.

Now for the proof: We take the unlimited amount of everything. This set contains the set of all relations as a subset. This set in turn contains the relation of the limitedness of the set of everything. This is a clear contradiction, from which it follows that every non-self-contradicting, i.e. well-defined, set is restricted.

Furthermore, if we can usefully apply the completeness axiom to a set, so that there are meaningful greater or equal relations, there is an upper and a lower bound. So this proof also serves as proof of God as the uppermost limit, regardless of what properties he has. The epsilon is then e.g. 3 - 2,99999999 .... And there is only one. Accordingly, there is a highest number. Inevitably, this upper number must result in relation to itself and thus be the ones element with regard to multiplication. Contrary to my habit, I quote Kurt Cobain here: all in all is all we are. So everything divided by everything results in everything.