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12:45 am: Q.E.D.
The Frivolous Theorem of Arithmetic:
Almost all natural numbers are very, very, very large.

Define a "very, very, very large number" to be any number greater than some k. There are finitely many natural numbers less than k and infinitely many natural numbers greater than k. By the definition of almost all, almost all natural numbers are therefore larger than k, and thus by definition, "very, very, very large."


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