Welcome to the Post-Infinite Wiki
The Post-Infinite Wiki is dedicated to the study of post-infinite numbers, those that are greater than the typical infinite numbers and obtained by loosening some of the restrictions of ordinary arithmetic.
This field is an underexploited combination of set theory, philosophy, and the gratification of finally naming a bigger number.
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- Big omega
created by HolomangaNew page: Big omega, represented by the symbol Ω, is the number given by extending the ordinal numbers to all collections and then treating the proper class of... - List of numbers
created by HolomangaNew page: Contents[show] FiniteEdit Finite numbers are generally covered on the Googology wiki. InfiniteEdit Infinite numbers are generally covered on the... - User blog:Holomanga/Number System (from V&D)
posted by HolomangaNew blog: A number system is a bunch of things, any two of which can be compared with the relation < to give a value of true or false. Contents[show]... Summary: Blog post created or updated. Added category: Blog posts - Voluntary numbers
created by HolomangaNew page: Voluntary numbers are numbers that make up parts of loops; that is, they are members of a sequence xn such that x1 < x2 < … < x1. In modular... - Category:Numbers
edited by HolomangaAdded category: Browse - Category:Numbers
created by HolomangaNew page: This category contains all numbers. - Collection
edited by Holomanga - Collection
created by HolomangaNew page: A collection is a mathematical object that contains other mathematical objects in some sense. The typical example of a collection is a set, though... - Cantor's absolute infinity
edited by Holomanga - Cantor's absolute infinity
edited by HolomangaAdded category: Numbers
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