On Saturday, October 27, 2012 11:49:32 PM UTC+2, JRStern wrote: > Are there any such published? > > I can see in the archives here it's a common topic, and I have my own > > crackpot theories which certainly overlap a lot of the more popular > > objections. > > I don't want to prove or assert or reject any statement about the > > countability of reals, I just want to consider the validity of the > > diagonalization argument. > > Has anybody put that out in a refereed journal or a respectable > > publisher? Even if it's just a prettier rejection of crank theories, > > it would seem worthwhile. > > Thanks, > > J.
Ask for Herc (Cooper), WM and other glorious local cranks who think (just a figure of speech) they have debunked Cantor, his theorems, his proofs and his theories.
Of course, the only peer reviewed papers "against Cantor" could exist, SO FAR, in a journal abiding by the rules of Sumo in Tokio, Japan, and not by the rules of mathematics.