The idea of a random walk on a graph is an idea of considerable importance in probability theory and has a variety of applications in the sciences as well as in other branches of mathematics. The recent survey of Woess  provides an excellent overview of the subject along with an extended bibliography. However, all that theory has been restricted to walks on conventional (finite and infinite) graphs. The recent advent of transfinite graphs invites an examination of random walks upon them. This immediately raises the question of how a random walk might wander through a transfinite node and thereby progress from one 0-section to another.
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