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  1. From wikipedia

     

    On Absolute Infinite:

     

    The Absolute Infinite is Georg Cantor's concept of an "infinity" that transcended the transfinite numbers. Cantor equated the Absolute Infinite with God. He held that the Absolute Infinite had various mathematical properties, including that every property of the Absolute Infinite is also held by some smaller object.

     

    On Transfinite Numbers:

     

    Transfinite numbers, also known as infinite numbers, are numbers that are not finite. These numbers were discovered by Georg Cantor.

     

    The infinite is usually defined as that which has no bounds in space or time.

     

    The continuum hypothesis states that there are no intermediate cardinal numbers between aleph-null and the cardinality of the real numbers (the "continuum"): that is to say, that aleph-one is the same as the cardinality of the real numbers.

     

    In both the cardinal and ordinal number systems, the transfinite numbers can keep on going forever, with progressively more bizarre kinds of number.

     

    Beyond all these, Georg Cantor's conception of the Absolute Infinite surely represents the absolute largest possible concept of "large number".


  2. I'm a 28 year old CPA auditor from Indianapolis, Indiana. I graduated from Ball State University with my bachelors in accounting and in finance. I'm currently taking CICS courses at Indiana University.

     

    I enjoy mathematics, but also enjoy other areas of science as well. I play guitar and I follow a band called ween around a ton. I enjoy music a little too much.

     

    I have a silly little blog I maintain in which I write about happenings in music, mostly to keep my friends informed.

     

    http://www.demonsweat.com/


  3. You need a medium for soundwaves to travel through, and space is a vacuum, yada yada yada... I'm sure the sun is emitting a ton of radio waves, so I guess you could listen to the static.

     

    You should check out the July 2004 issue of National Geographic. It's got some kickin photos of the sun. Also check out their website for a bunch of crap they put together on this.

     

    And here's what they say the big bang sounded like.

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