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Re: Cantor's Faulty Induction Method
Posted:
Mar 2, 2013 9:51 PM


On Mar 3, 11:48 am, George Greene <gree...@email.unc.edu> wrote: > On Mar 2, 3:54 pm, Graham Cooper <grahamcoop...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > Given a part of a LIST 3X3 digits > > > LIST DUMP > > 0.223 > > 0.443 > > 0.776 > > > An AD Function Exists that calculates a Missing Real 3 digits long > > You've got your TENSES backwards. > This antidiagonal function exists EVEN IF YOU ARE *NOT* given a 3x3 > list of > digits. The antidiagonal function can operate on ANY list of lists > with the property > that its nth "row"list is at least n digits "wide" (long). For ANY, > EVERY, EACH, or ALL n. > 3 simply has nothing to do with it. > And the list does not have to have a last element, either. > The function also operates correctly on lists that are infinitely > long  in those cases, > the result it returns is also infinitely long  provided that every > rowelementlist on the > big list is only finitely many rows away from the top. I.e., provided > that every row on the > list is the nth row for some natural n. >
I DON'T CARE WHAT YOUR OPINIONS ARE
WHEN I POST A PROOF!
YOU SAY YES OR NO 1ST
BY INDUCTION
ALL(n) ALL(LIST of SIZE n) E(real) real =/= any row of LIST

WORK ON *THIS* PROOF BY INDUCTION
THE THREADS TOPIC
THEN MAYBE, MAYBE ONE DAY YOU'LL SEE YOUR ERROR!
(As if you could ever comprehend infinite Union of an infinite list...)
Herc



