Date: Dec 26, 2012 12:28 AM Author: Graham Cooper Subject: The Diagonal Argument The Diagonal Argument goes like so:
IF you have as many digit positions as numbers
THEN you can alter 1 digit of every number
TO create a new number
But it fails because with Infinite Sets of Reals
You can alter the Number Order
To change the digit back!
Its like putting a coin on a 2UP paddle
and giving it a one way opposing flip.
Null Operation as you just flip it twice!