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TeethWhitener

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I think @Svein is referring to the fact that the power set of ##\mathbb{R}## has a greater cardinality than ##\mathbb{R}##.I trust that you understand that 'uncountable' is a 'yes-or-no' condition, and that therefore nothing can possibly be "even more uncountable" than something else that is 'uncountable' is; however, I think that it's worth pointing out that even the infinitesimal is exactly as 'uncountably infinite' in its fractional expansion as the entirety of ##\mathbb{R}## (the reals) in its is.