I didn't see any evidence that WM's horrid arguments actually influenced the text of the site. Nonetheless, students who want to learn more about Cantor are directed to WM's illogical blatherings.
Still, I blame most WM's employer for putting him in a position of authority to educate students on exactly that material he has shown no capacity to understand. I can't comprehend how that situation has remained. I'm sure that WM is tenured, but that doesn't entail that he can teach bad mathematical reasoning in the classroom, does it?
-- "It's one of the easiest tickets to true fame--not this silly stuff where people cheer you for a few years and then forget about you--but the kind of fame where school kids have to read your biography and do reports on you." -- Another reason to support James S. Harris.