Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry for March 01, 2024

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    GreasyOldTam  3 months ago

    Hammy’s right, that isn’t a real number.

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    Purple People Eater  3 months ago

    What does it matter if it’s not real. Mathematicians use imaginary numbers all the time.

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    saylorgirl  3 months ago

    Just love Hammy’s wit.

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    nosirrom  3 months ago

    Man, and I always thought seventy twelve was higher.

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    Ellis97  3 months ago

    There are infinite amounts of stars in the sky.

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    landyk  3 months ago

    As you are counting, notice there always is one more.

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    Doug K  3 months ago

    Don’t you just hate it when people make things up about your made up things.

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    scote1379 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Eleventy fifty is the boundary between Mathematics and Philosophy !

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    MRC112  3 months ago

    I’ve actually heard someone say after the statement that there is nothing higher than infinity – “what about infinity plus one”. Clearly needs to know what infinity means – namely the concept of something that is unlimited, endless, without bound

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    b.john71  3 months ago

    I’ll be playing here til eleventy fourtynine!

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    Gina Carson  3 months ago

    I remember learning about imaginary numbers in school. Somehow, the numbers I imagined weren’t ever counted as correct.

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    Gina Carson  3 months ago

    69 is a fun number.

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    mistercatworks  3 months ago

    Good to know where transfinite numbers start. :)

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    bull_moose_1912  3 months ago

    If that’s the case, I have to wonder what Hammy would make of Euler’s identity.

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    lee85736  3 months ago

    Now I want to know what Hammy thinks about twelvety-fifty.

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