In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Graham Cooper <email@example.com> wrote:
> > D1 = 0.00111111111222222222... > D2 = 0.01111111111222222222... > D3 = 0.02111111111222222222... > D4 = 0.10111111111222222222... > D5 = 0.11111111111222222222... > D6 = 0.12111111111222222222... > D7 = 0.20111111111222222222... > D8 = 0.21111111111222222222... > D9 = 0.22111111111222222222... > > These are all diagonals from the 1 set of reals. > > If you cannot show a missing real from my set given these 9 diagonals > then you all admit Cantor's proof is rubbish!
For any list of reals that you present, I can find others not in that list. For example, 0.0002 is not in your list above.
For those lists which you do hide, no one whom you hide them from can be sure ofd what is or is not in them, but if they are lists of at most countably many reals, capable people with access to those lists can find realsmissing from your lists.