We show how to get a model of set theory in which ℵω is a strong limit cardinal which violates the generalized continuum hypothesis. Generalizations to other cardinals are also given.
KeywordsDirect Extension Ground Model Regular Cardinal Measurable Cardinal Preserve Extension
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