Is this a test?

I believe that Aleph null was invented by Georg Cantor for use in discussing the orders of different infinite sets. Cantor developed Cardinal numbers which could be used to denumerate infinite sets in the same way that natural numbers are used to denumerate finite sets. For instance, Cantor showed that the set of real numbers contains more elements than the set of natural numbers, despite the fact that both sets are infinite. Aleph Null is the lowest cardinal number, sort of like one is the lowest natural number.

The man you are talking about is named Srinivasa Ramanujan, a self taught genius.

M. LeBlanc is a pseudonym of one Martin Blank, a famed international assassin who dissapeared near Detroit in the mid-90’s. He is rumored to have retired and to be living in seclusion with his high school sweetheart.