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Đăng ký nhận bản tin của chúng tôi và không bao giờ bỏ lỡ hoạt ảnh: Xem toàn bộ bài học: Muốn thêm? Cố gắng giải câu đố kho báu bị chôn vùi: Khách sạn Infinite, một thí nghiệm tư duy do nhà toán học người Đức David Hilbert tạo ra, là một khách sạn có vô số phòng. Dễ hiểu, phải không? Sai lầm. Điều gì sẽ xảy ra nếu nó đã được đặt trước nhưng một người muốn nhận phòng? 40 thì sao? Hay một chiếc xe buýt đầy vô số người? Jeff Dekofsky giải quyết những vấn đề khó khăn về chỗ ở này bằng cách sử dụng nghịch lý Hilbert. Bài học của Jeff Dekofsky, hoạt hình của The Moving Company Animation Studio. .

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  1. The paradox of the Hilbert Hotel is nothing but cheap verbal acrobatics to try to impart some relevance to the concept of infinity to be used within various aspects of materiality which it does not have. If one wishes to question what I have just claimed, he should tell us all when counting, what the very last number would be just before the next one was infinity.

    The Hilbert hotel is supposed to be some brilliant intellectual construction when in fact it’s a sophomoric word game which tells us nothing about anything. Consider…first, the hotel could not have infinite rooms or infinite guests because each of these is a quantifiable entity and by trying to accommodate them in a context of infinity, which is not, the entire proposition fails on its face, though I know that most who embrace this paradox as genius understand that. The two concepts are mutually exclusive. The concept of infinity is by definition non-delineable, non-quantifiable. There is no infinite line or volume which can ever be filled by quantifiable entities, EVER, as I suggested above.

    Secondly, if for the sake of the discussion we assume the premise that there are infinite rooms then that is a consideration of the concept which is, to be sure, intellectually manageable. However, once we claim that there are also infinite guests we cannot but understand that each room, though infinite in number is by the definition of the proposition itself, occupied or full. Here the two “floating concepts” of infinite rooms and infinite guests are in a kind of conceptual equilibrium, necessarily so or the proposition contradicts itself. If then, we were to say that we will move this infinite number of guests by one to make room for one more, we are forced to consider that the shift of customers cannot be made for each room is again, by definition full and also by definition, always full. The very outline of the structure of the proposition shows it is necessarily so and is that by which it also collapses. To make this clearer, imagine traveling down the line of infinite rooms and looking in. You would find each room occupied as you traveled, forever. That “is” how the proposition is defined/stated. One can’t have it both ways.

    To consider that room could be made for new guests, especially an infinite number by clever manipulation of the numbers used as identifiers and the manner in which they are listed is childishly transparent as means of proposing a solution but only in the immediate sense, i.e., for the sake of a visible or quantifiable number of guests relative to rooms (outside of the context of infnity).

    As for the “uncountable infinity” of those with the names composed of various combinations of the letters “A” and “B”, he claims that there would be an infinite number of the combinations of these letters forming the names of these infinite individuals but that because of a clever manipulation of the material list made of them, there would be one that was not on it and thus the infinity of these guests could not be given rooms. But if there are an infinite number of combinations of these letters, how could there be one that is not accommodated? Consider…he confines the compilation of this name by beginning with the first letter of the beginning of an infinite list, open ended in this first entry, leaving a choice to be made as to who is first. Below in the first list you see the list used in the video but with ABBA…at the top, the one making the arrangements. The constrains to some measure what can follow. But what if he made the arrangements and was not placed first on the list? Then this idea of one who will not appear on the list fails. ABBA….then becomes the one not to be accommodated and yet there he stands. All others are accommodated by the definition employed in this video.

    ABBAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

    ABABABABABABABABAB

    BBAABBBBBBBBBBBBB

    BBABAAAABAAAABAAA

    = BABA….

    ========================

    BABABABABABABABAB

    BAAABBBBBBBBBBBBB

    BBABAAAABAAAABAAA

    BBABAAAABBAA

    = ABBA….

    This is simply a manipulation of the definition of a concept which cannot be defined as such.

    So, if we consider the moving of each guest down a room to make room for one more, for example, this works for those rooms within our immediate sight or understanding of limited rooms, but not of the rooms and guests down the line. If the infinite rooms have infinite guests then by that very statement which is the very definition of the proposition, all are full and no room can be made, for by extension of the proposition, we are proposing that we never consider the actual infinity of the rooms or the guests in doing so. This would be the only means of making that room for the new guest, let alone and infinite number of new guests.

    There are two aspects of this proposition in the video. One is the material understanding of the number of guests and of rooms. The other is the manipulation of numbers and names listed to give the appearance by the mathematics that the accommodations of new guests can be made. They are “not” one and the same and are in fact disconnected.

    It is simply put…that infinity cannot exist within or with regard to any aspect of materiality makes the coupling of concepts of the finite, i.e., rooms and guests and the infinite impossible and by that, the proposition as well. Infinity might be a useful place holder in advanced math or the like. But as a means of defining anything in, for example, physics or cosmology, it is pure sophistry. I might be accused of employing conventional considerations in materiality in my judgment of the proposition, but it was by them exactly that it was defined in the first place.

  2. Given the profit made the Owner could've just opened Infinte Hotel chains with Infinite Rooms in it rather than Stressing his mind🤷‍♂️

  3. I have a question: If the Night Manager order all INFINITE Room Guests,then it will also takes INFINITE Time before the "last" person that is in the INFINITE Bus can go to his room

    Damn.

  4. Asking the hotel guests to move from one room to another an (almost) infinite number of times will most probably cause that an infinite number of guests will move out, leaving you with an infinite number of empty rooms by losing an infinite amount of money… :-)

  5. If there’s an infinity bus with infinite people, then that bus would never leave and stay in the drive way forever, thus nobody else could get in because the people from the infinity bus are always walking in the door

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