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Imagine a Hotel with infinitely hotel rooms, every room has a number starting by 1, and every room is full.
Then a Bus stops at the hotel and brings 5 guests who wanna sleep in the hotel. What do u do ? Every Room in the hotel is taken and only 1 guest can sleep per room.
It's acctually quite simple: you make everyone move 5 rooms further:
Guest from room 1 goes to 6, G from R2 > R7, R3>R8, etc. Because there are infinity rooms you can do this with every guest / room, resulting in room 15 being free for ur new arrived 5 guests.
=> aka infinity + x = infinity, x is a real number
Now what happens if the arrinving bus has infinity new guests (important: countable infinity!). Your whole hotel still is full and u wanna make place for countable infinity new guests. You still can give everyone an own room just by moving them around:
Send Guests from Roomnumber x to roomnumber 2x:
R1>R2
R2>R4
R3>R6
R4>R8
etc.
This will lead to rooms with an even number to be taken by the old guests and every room with an uneven number being free. And there are infinitely of them, but you can still count them. So they are just right for your new arriving infinity of new guets,
==> aka 2x infinity = infinity.
There are however other forms of infinity which are refered to as noncountable infitity. They are so big you cant find a way ( an order) to count them with the natural numbers.
Yeah if my english would not suck i guess you people accutally may understandthis bullshit.
The longer you run a random incident the smaller the window of "unlikely" becomes.