Question about transfinite numbers

In summary, transfinite numbers are numbers that represent quantities greater than any natural or finite number, including infinity. They are different from other numbers because they can represent infinite quantities. In mathematics, they are significant for the study of infinite and uncountable sets, and they have practical applications in fields such as computer science, physics, and economics. While they were initially a theoretical concept, they have proven to be useful in various practical applications as well.
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just a simple question, is there such a thing as Transfinite geometry?
 
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There is geometry in infinite dimensional spaces. I would opine that Hibert spaces don't count as transfinite geometry.
 
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Hornbein said:
There is geometry in infinite dimensional spaces.
I agree, but I don't think that there is such a thing as transfinite geometry.
 

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