
Re: If you claim 0.999... is a rational number, then you must find p/q such that 0.999... = p/q. 12/26/2017
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Dec 28, 2017 6:17 PM


The downfall of WM, from prolific critic of set theory to ordinary 0.999... <> 1 Crank.
Am Freitag, 29. Dezember 2017 00:15:49 UTC+1 schrieb burs...@gmail.com: > Not the only idiotic statement, of course also the > other Crank theme lim n>oo S_n <> S_n /* which is > true for many sequences S_n */. > > So the observation that Amoeba Logic is a result > of missing neurons, is mostlikely true. A lot > of neurons are missing here... > > Am Freitag, 29. Dezember 2017 00:08:24 UTC+1 schrieb Python: > > WM wrote: > > > [snip usual Mueckenheim's crackpotry] > > > > This is, below, a new kind of idiotic claim on your part, Herr > > Mueckenheim: > > > > > One of the wrong "results" is the idea that Cantor proved the existence of transcendental > > > numbers and the idea that the measure of the reals is 1 and the measure of the rationals > > > is 0 in the unit interval. > > > > So you deny the existence of transcendental numbers now, Herr > > Mueckenheim? > > > > You too seem to have issue with measure theory (like your brother > > crank Gabriel). Not a big surprise though... > > > > So, what is, according to you the measure of the set of rational numbers > > belonging the the unit interval if not 0?

