Third accident

July 29th, 2012

Stop it for now.  Subtract the second natural number from the first one (the result will be the first member of the new set). Then subtract the third from the result, etc.. Construct the infinitely bigger abyss of negative than that of a positive. Let the rich and clear dark set in. The set of naturals forced to start sequential operation of subtraction (of their first member) is cardinally smaller than the resulting set descending into ever greater negative.  Meditate on this softness, heavy and slow.
Subtract the first member of resulting set with the second. Start a repeating sequence. Construct infinitely greater ascent from infinite abyss. Think a little bit. Remember, you are not a mathematician, bitterly. Or with a smile.
Now let the rain come (closer).

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