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Topic: POLL: Is Cantor's Theorem 1st Order Logic or 2nd Order Logic?
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Re: POLL: Is Cantor's Theorem 1st Order Logic or 2nd Order Logic?
Posted: Dec 23, 2011 7:55 AM
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On Dec 23, 5:53 pm, Graham Cooper <grahamcoop...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Cantor's theorem is an assertion in the second-order language of
> > arithmetic. It can be proved in RCA_0.

>
> I DON'T GIVE A FUCK!
>
> THE POLL IS ABOUT FOL OR 2ND ORDER LOGIC!
>
> CAPICHE?
>
> YOU JUST FUCKED THE POLL NOW EVERY FUCKING SHITHEAD IN SCI.MATH WILL
> CARRY ON OBLIVIOUS TO THE MOST STUPID MISTAKE IN ALL HISTORY OF
> MATHEMATICS
>
> GO FUCK YOURSELF YOU IDIOT
> AND DON'T FUCK UP MY POSTS WITH YOU BULLSHIT COPOUTS!
>
> IS THE FORMULA IN FIRST ORDER LOGIC
>
> YES OR NO YOU LYING SHITHEAD


A classic sci.physics post.



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