Monday, July 19, 2010


Eventually, I'll do a real topic, like a book review, or a video game reflection, or why I'm a horrible vegetarian. But for now, a point to ponder:

Is there a difference between being innumerable as opposed to being uncountable?

Later Days.

1 comment:

Elaine said...

Yes. "Innumerable" means more than you can count (or number) whereas "uncountable" means they (it?) can't be counted, as in (perhaps) not separated enough to be counted or not of a type of thing that can be counted.