Theorems I

Theorem of Quasi-Infinitenes Any number sufficiently large is indistinguishable from infinity by the imaginative power of the average human alone.

Corollary 1 Any sufficiently large part of an astonishing large number is still an astonishing large number.

Corollary 2 Any sufficiently small number subtracted from an astonishing large number results in a still astonishing large number.


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