Date: Oct 28, 2012 1:11 AM Author: INFINITY POWER Subject: Re: Peer-reviewed arguments against Cantor Diagonalization On Oct 28, 1:03 pm, Tonic...@yahoo.com wrote:

> On Saturday, October 27, 2012 11:49:32 PM UTC+2, JRStern wrote:

> > Are there any such published?

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> > I can see in the archives here it's a common topic, and I have my own

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> > crackpot theories which certainly overlap a lot of the more popular

>

> > objections.

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> > I don't want to prove or assert or reject any statement about the

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> > countability of reals, I just want to consider the validity of the

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> > diagonalization argument.

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> > Has anybody put that out in a refereed journal or a respectable

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> > publisher? Even if it's just a prettier rejection of crank theories,

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> > it would seem worthwhile.

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> > Thanks,

>

> > J.

>

> Ask for Herc (Cooper), WM and other glorious local cranks who think (just

> a figure of speech) they have debunked Cantor, his theorems, his proofs

> and his theories.

>

> Of course, the only peer reviewed papers "against Cantor" could exist, SO

> FAR, in a journal abiding by the rules of Sumo in Tokio, Japan, and not by

> the rules of mathematics.

>

> Tonio

>

Thanks Tonio,

I should reciprocate the favor of mentioning my theories with a cite of your

famous formula to make infinity even bigger!

[TONICO]

Then I choose the number 0.a_1a_2a_3...., where a_i = 0 if the i-th

number in your list had zero in its i-position, a_i = 1 otherwise.

TADAAAA!

That's what real number theory is based on! Believe it or not!

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Here are 2 LIVE MACROS where you can WATCH MORE_THAN_1

Antidiagonal and Powerset being constructed!

http://freewebs.com/namesort/matheology/powersets.html

http://freewebs.com/namesort/matheology/getreal.html

Nobody has ever got that far, yet alone to Question 6!

http://tinyurl.com/blueprints-questions

http://tinyurl.com/blueprints-hyperreals

HYPERREAL DIAGONAL (non-computable)

+ 0.1111111111... ANTIDIAG(DIAGONAL) (finite function)

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HYPERREAL MISSING FROM COMPUTABLE REALS

i.e. the computable reals list is not missing any computable real.

So EITHER WAY

ANTIDIAG() is FINITE --> no missing computable real

ANTIDIAG() is INFINITE --> no computable missing real

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But really, if you want something peer reviewed just take an established

theory and add a clock or something and put some ZFC equations in it!

CONTINOUS <<OBJECT>> always get's rave reviews!

Herc