Infinity can throw up some interesting paradoxes, from filling Hilbert's Hotel to painting Gabriel's Trumpet... Mark Jago is a philosophy lecturer with a background in computer science.
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The money game is known as St. Petersburg Paradox - it is quite famous!
Extra interview footage from this video: http://youtu.be/488L3bV7ny4
Counting infinities: http://youtu.be/elvOZm0d4H0
Dividing by zero: http://youtu.be/BRRolKTlF6Q
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