
Re: Simple Refutation of Cantor's Proof
Posted:
Dec 29, 2012 10:24 PM


On Dec 30, 1:13 pm, Virgil <vir...@ligriv.com> wrote: > In article > <9da26dd25d294d3c97a3bd9bb79a2...@6g2000pbh.googlegroups.com>, > > camgi...@hush.com wrote: > > On Dec 30, 9:22 am, Virgil <vir...@ligriv.com> wrote: > > > > > NOTHING EVER *NEEDS* to be constructed, DUMBASS! > > > > > YOU DON'T represent the function f(x)=2*x by > > > > > The derivative f'(x)=2 > > > > > The integral f*(x)=x^2 > > > > AN integral, but not THE integral. > > > It HAS an integral! > > It has infinitely many different integrals, though any two of them > differ only by a constant. > > > > > It HAS a derivative. > > But it has only one derivative! > > > > > Your imaginary textual froth you make up and call functions DO NOT!! > > > AD(pos) = 6 IFF DIAG(pos) < 5 > > AD(pos) = 5 OTHERWISE > > > What is the DERIVATIVE of that RUBBISH? > > Since it is not even a continuous function, what misleads you to suppose > it needs to have a derivative? > > > > > You CLAIM it is completed to INFINITY! > > > W H A T * I S * T H E * I N T E G R A L ? > > Since neither its domain nor its range includes any real intervals what > misleads you to suppose that it has an integral? > > > > > ANWER THE QUESTIONS VIRGIL > > Your questions reveal either your abysmal ignorance of mathematics, or > your stupidity, or more likely both. > > > > > OR STOP TRASHING ALL MY POSTS! > > I am trying to improve them, but you keep making them worse. >
So you agree f(x) = 2x
and
AD(x) = 6 IFF LIST(x,x)<6 AD(x) = 5 IFF LIST(x,x)>=6
are different kinds of functions?
A N S W E R * T H E * Q U E S T I O N
Herc

