> > Here is another question: I look on the web and find a ton of papers > > trying to refute Cantor's Theorem. (Just Google "Cantor diagonal > > wrong" and see what you get.) I have never seen one of them that > > convinced me. Why is there so much opposition to this theorem when > > most other famous theorems are pretty much universally believed?
>There's a slight confusion here. One thing is Cantor's theorem stating >that the reals are uncountable and another thing is Cantor's diagonal >argument, which was actually Cantor's second proof of his theorem; see