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Question: Is there a cardinality which is greater than the continuum?

Answer: Yes and No. If there is a Universe where a given cardinal kappa is greater than the size of the continuum, then there is a Generic-Extension of this Universe where the size of the continuum is greater than kappa.

Edit: This question is basically about the size of the continuum, which has been discussed several times on mathoverflow. It is also about the philosophical position of whether there is the reality of the multiverse.