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CANTORS INFINITY .... An Infinite Sum of Conditional Statements!
Posted:
May 9, 2013 2:49 PM


A new kid goes to school each day but on the way to the lunch canteen a Bully stops him like so:
[MONDAY] BULLY: I'm thinking of a number from 1  10 KID : 7 ?
BULLY : NO! It was 8! [takes lunch money]
[TUESDAY] BULLY: I'm thinking of a number from 1  10 KID : 5 ?
BULLY : NO! It was 6! [takes lunch money]
[WEDNESDAY] BULLY: I'm thinking of a number from 1  10 KID : 1 ?
BULLY : NO! It was 2! [takes lunch money]
[THURSDAY] BULLY: I'm thinking of a number from 1  10 KID : 3 ?
BULLY : NO! It was 4! [takes lunch money]
[FRIDAY] BULLY: I'm thinking of a number from 1  10 KID : 9 ?
BULLY : NO! It was 10! [takes lunch money]

this is EXACTLY the same method used by CANTOR to construct BIGGER THAN INFINITE SETS!
 R  >  INFINITE LIST 
EVERY UNIVERSITY TEACHES THIS!
and every time someone points this out to the Maths Faculty they go home from Uni minus their lunch money !

Herc
 CANTORS POWERSET PROOF  CARDINALITY  >  INFINITY 
IF SET1 has 1  then MYSET skips 1 or IF SET1 skips 1  then MYSET has 1
AND IF SET2 has 2  then MYSET skips 2 or IF SET2 skips 2  then MYSET has 2
AND IF SET3 has 3  then MYSET skips 3 or IF SET3 skips 3  then MYSET has 3
AND IF SET4 has 4  then MYSET skips 4 or IF SET4 skips 4  then MYSET has 4 ...



