> As I observed before, you are welcome > to introduce a logic and a mathematics > to support your beliefs.
There is nothing to introduce. The required logic exists as well the mathematics.
If a set of lines contains
(1) a complete set of numbers, but (2) no line contains the complete set of numbers, then obviously a number must be missing in every line. But no number must be missing in all lines. Now try to apply logic to find a configuration of lines that satifies this criterion. The set of lines is not