> 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?
That is a school for engineers and the like, not for science or mathematics majors. Mueckenheim obviously came there as a physicist, and what he does is to teach physics and mathematics to engineering students. I recently had a short look into his textbook, and while the preface is kind of crazy, the body of the book makes the impression of being fairly standard, on a first sight.
Moreover, the students at that school seem to be obliged to take some courses of a general interst nature which they can select according to personal preference, and Mueckenheim's lecture on the "history of the infinite" is among these courses.
As it is a state school one could send a formal complaint ("Dienstaufsichtsbeschwerde") to that school or the ministry responsible for the state school system, of course in German language, and they would have to answer it. If Mueckenheim gets to know this then he will blather around that he had been denounced like Zermelo who had been driven out of Freiburg university because he didn't perform the "Hitler greeting" well enough.