How to Determine the Cardinality of sets that go to Infinity
Thanks to the volume of evoTARDgasms wrt set theory, I have been able to determine how to figure out the relative cardinality wrt two sets that go to infinity.
The cardinality is determined by the mapping function.
For example the mapping function F(n)=2n, means that one set has 2x the cardinality of the other set.
The funny part is that has been right in front of their silly faces for over 100 years and no one could spot it. They thought they were mapping a one-to-one corresponce. However that "mapping" just means they made each set equal to the other, equal in size as well as equal in membership and the equation is the actual difference in cardinality between the two original sets.
I see that keiths can only laugh at my proposal. Small minds tend to laugh at things that are out of their depth. Thanks keiths. Everything you post proves that I am correct and you are an imbecile.