In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, WM <email@example.com> wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 10. Dezember 2013 19:14:24 UTC+1 schrieb Zeit Geist:
> > How can Anyone say that there is an Entry in the List that is Not Unequal > > to d? > > > > But no, None of them are Identical with the > > antidiagonal. They are only Identical Up To a certain Finite place. > > > Up to *every* finite place.
Nope! d differs from the nth number in the list in ist nth decimal place, by construction.
>There is no finite place that can distinguish d > from all rationals.
But there is at least one decimal place for each listed rational where that rational can be distinguished from d. And that is all that is needed to assure that d differs from each listed rational. > > > This is Not enough for your "Disproof". > > It is obviously the proof that d cannot be distiguished up to any finite > place from all rationals.
But there is STILL at least one decimal place in listed rational where that rational differs from d. And that is all that is needed to assure that d differs from each and every listed rational and from all isted rationals. > --