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Topic: THE -[UNBELIEVABLE]- STATE OF MATHEMATICS TODAY!
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Graham Cooper

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Re: THE -[UNBELIEVABLE]- STATE OF MATHEMATICS TODAY!
Posted: Mar 1, 2013 3:32 PM
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On Mar 1, 6:57 pm, William Hughes <wpihug...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mar 1, 9:00 am, Graham Cooper <grahamcoop...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>

> > Give the below Information:
>
> > LIST X
> > 0.00....
> > 0.00....
> > ....

>
> > 99 OUT OF 100 SCI.MATH POSTERS
>
> > WILL SWEAR TILL BLUE IN THE FACE
>
> > THEY
> >   KNOW
> >      WITH
> >        ABSOLUTE
> >           CERTAINTY

>
> That a row that contains only 0,s differs from
> a row that contains something that is not 0.
>
> The 100th Poster was out on a bender and
> is not certain about anything.
>




You ACCEPT these reals are missing, but not those 80!


A SUBLIST OF REALS IN [BASE 4]
R1 0.0000...
R2 0.3333...
R3 0.3210...
...

DIAGONAL = 0.031...

DEFINE
AD(d) = 2 IFF DIAGONAL(d) < 2
AD(d) = 1 IFF DIAGONAL(d) > 1

AD=0.212... is MISSING FROM THE LIST

PROOF
DIGIT 1 (2) IS DIFFERENT TO LIST[1,1] (0)
DIGIT 2 (1) IS DIFFERENT TO LIST[2,2] (3)
DIGIT 3 (2) IS DIFFERENT TO LIST[3,3] (1)
AND SO ON

So AD is DIFFERENT to EVERY ROW
since This Holds For Any Arbitrary List Of Reals
there is a missing Real for any List Of Reals
therefore Reals are Un-Countable!

|R| > oo


-------------------

Hence you ALSO CLAIM

WITH

ABSOLUTE

CERTAINTY

0.11..
0.12..
0.13..
0.14..
0.15..
0.16..
0.17..
0.18..
0.19..
0.21..
0.22..
0.23..
0.24..
0.25..
0.26..
0.27..
0.28..
0.29..
0.31..
0.32..
0.33..
0.34..
0.35..
0.36..
0.37..
0.38..
0.39..
0.41..
0.42..
0.43..
0.44..
0.45..
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0.47..
0.48..
0.49..
0.51..
0.52..
0.53..
0.54..
0.55..
0.56..
0.57..
0.58..
0.59..
0.61..
0.62..
0.63..
0.64..
0.65..
0.66..
0.67..
0.68..
0.69..
0.71..
0.72..
0.73..
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0.76..
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0.81..
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0.88..
0.89..
0.91..
0.92..
0.93..
0.94..
0.95..
0.96..
0.97..
0.98..

are missing from this LIST!

0.00...
0.00..
..

Herc




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