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Topic: Peer-reviewed arguments against Cantor Diagonalization
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Re: Peer-reviewed arguments against Cantor Diagonalization
Posted: Oct 31, 2012 10:41 AM
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"Jesse F. Hughes" <> wrote in message
> "LudovicoVan" <> writes:
>> "Peter Webb" <> wrote in message
>> news:k6qku9$25o$

>>> LudovicoVan wrote:
>>>> Goodbye terminal idiot.
>>> Could you add me to your killfile/spam filter as well?
>>> That way, I can mercilessly mock you behind your back, and you won't
>>> even see my posts so you can't respond. Everybody else will just assume
>>> that you don't respond because you can't. It is an almost infinite
>>> license for me to make fun of you with total impunity. *Please*
>>> killfile me as well, and as soon as possible.

>> Your assumption that people cannot judge for themselves just tells about
>> your lack of intelligence.

> Julio (or do you prefer Ludovico?), of course people can judge for
> themselves. And, frankly, Peter's request was silly.

I say so many silly things myself, but then I do not pretend.

> But when we judge your capacity for reasoning in general, we may well
> remember your screed that ZFC is a falsehood perpetrated on the masses
> just because, well, the illuminati are so darned used to lying that they
> lie about math, too.

I judge too mate, and you now find out where exactly I said that ZFC is the
root of evil.

> To be sure, these memories shouldn't color our judgments of whatever
> mathematical arguments you present. But so far, those arguments have
> been just as persuasive as your political worldview. And just as deep
> within the rabbit's hole.

We all like holes, I suppose.


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