
Re: another boring critisism of Cantor's Theorem
Posted:
Mar 31, 2004 4:05 PM


Eckard Blumschein schrieb in Nachricht <news://406AC4F4.5040500@et.unimagdeburg.de>... >Jesse F. Hughes wrote:
>You will certainly agree that any single finite value xn of a continuous >quantity x is per se completely irrelevant because it is surrounded by >infinitely many nearly identical neighbours.
No, I will not ... And as many posters (and me too) already told you in replies to your postings in German news groups, no mathematician will ...
>Also, there is intuitively nothing in between (a, 0) and (0, a).
Who cares? A variable in (a, 0) will never become 0, and a variable in (0, a) neither  and that's important.
regards Hermann 

