(06-08-2014, 10:50 PM)Froge Wrote: Well, if a being was truly omnipotent then they should both be discrete and continuous. That's already a contradiction by itself.

However, that's irrelevant to my point, which is that an inductive proof of P(n) where n is only a positive integer says nothing about the validity of P(n) for all other values of n.

I already mentioned that n is a positive integer.

I proved P(n) for every n (where n is a positive integer).

sqrt(17) Gods doesn't make any sense so that' why I jumped to the conclusion.