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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Yo. Wsup.

I watched a video about three years ago where this guy suppossedly provedthe nonexistence of the universal set. I can't find it now but what he said (rather quickly) was that from Cantor, every set is a subset. Therefore, there is no universal set.

1) Is this valid?

2) RW Implications? Is the Universe then, really a universe?

BTW I'm only about to complete engineering math so dont be too complex.

Thanks,

Mamooie

I watched a video about three years ago where this guy suppossedly provedthe nonexistence of the universal set. I can't find it now but what he said (rather quickly) was that from Cantor, every set is a subset. Therefore, there is no universal set.

1) Is this valid?

2) RW Implications? Is the Universe then, really a universe?

BTW I'm only about to complete engineering math so dont be too complex.

Thanks,

Mamooie