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Seoane-Sepiilveda, Uncountably generated algebras of everywhere surjective functions, Bull.
So there might be an uncountably infinite number of phenomena and only a small, countably infinite subset describable by science.
In Section 4 we show that there are uncountably many graph parameters with Hankel matrices of fixed finite rank.
The following theorems provide uncountably many Type II problems.
On the contrary, there is every reason to think that, reality being what it is, there will be an uncountably large manifold of facts.
Given the fact that the interval between 1 and the square root of 2 is less than 1/2, it might seem unfathomable that the numbers in this interval contain an uncountably infinite set of irrationals.
This second, larger infinite number is so much larger than our first countably infinite infinity of whole numbers, [yen], that it is an uncountably infinite number
infinity]] may be dense in K, uncountable, or uncountably dense in K.
However, Woodin suspected a compromise is possible: There might be axioms that answer all questions up to the level of the hierarchy that the continuum hypothesis concerns--the realm of the smallest uncountably infinite sets.
From the point of view of classical mathematics, there are uncountably many sets of natural numbers and uncountably many number-theoretic functions.
Obviously, it would be impossible to list all of the mixed strategies as extra rows in the matrix, for there are uncountably many of them.
In fact, countless scenarios for lines of descent have been proposed and uncountably many are conceivable.