Is Oleg Tchernyshyov Retarded?

I have been asking who uses Cantor's idea that sets that go to infinity all have the same cardinality. The only answer I have received sed that Dembski and marks used it but that claim was never supported.
Now Oleg the asshole retard has chimed in:
Not one word on who uses it. It is as if Oleg is just a drooling retard. It is obvious that he is just upset because he cannot follow two lines heading in opposite directions.
Nice job Oleg.
I have been asking who uses Cantor's idea that sets that go to infinity all have the same cardinality. The only answer I have received sed that Dembski and marks used it but that claim was never supported.
Now Oleg the asshole retard has chimed in:
MOAR set hilarity from Joe.
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No one uses Cantor's concept of cardinality with respect to countably infinite sets. 
Lesssee...
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In mathematics, a countable set is a set with the same cardinality* (number of elements) as some subset of the set of natural numbers. A set that is not countable is called uncountable. The term was originated by Georg Cantor. 
*As defined by Cantor, of course.
More formally,
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A set S is called countable if there exists an injective function f from S to the natural numbers N = {0, 1, 2, 3, ...}. If f is also surjective and therefore bijective (since f is already defined to be injective), then S is called countably infinite. 
So, the term countably infinite was introduced by Cantor himself. It denotes a set that can be mapped bijectively onto natural numbers. That's Cantor's cardinality through and through.
Not one word on who uses it. It is as if Oleg is just a drooling retard. It is obvious that he is just upset because he cannot follow two lines heading in opposite directions.
Nice job Oleg.
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