One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘They create isolated instances of beauty because they realise that the excitement and pain of each moment is uncountably precious, a rose we can gaze at and contemplate but which crumbles to dust at the faintest touch.’
- ‘An example of something that is uncountably infinite would be all the real numbers (including numbers like 2.34… and the square root of 2, as well as all the integers and rational numbers).’
- ‘The set of possible interpretations is uncountably infinite (in contrast to the countably infinite - there are different sizes of infinities), and so, you can never run out of novel ways to connect the dots.’
- ‘Is our universe all there is, or are there uncountably many parallel universes?’
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