> That situation is better described as: > "Therefore we have a contradiction". > > Regards, WM
We have a contradiction only if we believe with religious fervor that "it should" be on the list. Since I hold no such belief, I see no problem . If you insist that 3 + 4 = 5, you're going to get a contradiction one way or the other .
> Your conclusion is wrong. Something is not in the list for some k and > for all n in the list:
It always fascinating how one can manage to string up words together in sentences that are grammatically correct but don't hold a shred of meaning, semantically speaking . Ah well, you know what they say : Colorless green ideas sleep furiously.