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It's often argued that the set of all integers is infinite because you can always increase the greatest number by 1, so it follows that the set is infinite. But couldn't you just as well conclude that this means that N is not well-defined?

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I have a BSc in Math and I have a BSc in Physics. I want to studying something in Physics on the theoretical side. What current fields have lots of
>open positions
I was thinking Quantum Information, but besides that what else do you suggest?

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