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Although Cantor's alephs no longer worry today's mathematicians, Wapner cites several mathematicians of the past who regarded Cantor's alephs as mystical nonsense.
Wapner ends his book with a profound question which science is nowhere close to answering: Will Cantors alephs and the BT paradoxes ever find applications in the physical world?
On some level, far below quantum mechanics and possible superstrings, or in dimensions high above those we know, Einstein's Old One may be juggling Cantor's alephs in ways we cannot yet--perhaps never can--comprehend.