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Topic: NEWCOMERS to sci.math - PLEASE READ THIS
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 Graham Cooper Posts: 4,250 Registered: 5/20/10
Re: NEWCOMERS to sci.math - PLEASE READ THIS
Posted: Feb 5, 2014 9:44 PM
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On Thursday, February 6, 2014 8:46:11 AM UTC+11, Virgil wrote:
> In article <25956d3f-204b-4992-9da6-5a49467ff849@googlegroups.com>,
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> WM <wolfgang.mueckenheim@hs-augsburg.de> wrote:
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> > Am Mittwoch, 5. Februar 2014 13:17:32 UTC+1 schrieb Port563:
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> > > But the competent are around too, mainly in "Read-only" mode.
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> > > So, post your questions or comments.
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> > Hi competent! Do you hold it possible that a real number can be defined by an
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> > infinite definition?
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> How does WM hold it necessary that each real number must have an
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> individual finite definition?
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> According to a standard definition of the real field, there must be a
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> real number for each set of rational numbers that is bounded above.
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> While different such sets of rationals CAN produce the same real
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> number, they usually don't.

OK so:

R = { lub(X) | X e POW( { A/B | AeN & BeN } ) }

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> And if WM claims that the set of reals must be countable, he must count
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> them to prove it, not merely claim it, as there is nothing in any
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> definition of reals that requires each real to have a (finite) name.

The SET of all R has been posted numerous times, the LIST you keep asking
for is not specified as there are oo permutations of computable reals UTM(NXN)

If YOUR proof of E(r) r>|N|

relies on the above game of legalise nonsense

you simply have no mathematical foundation for your truly bizarre claims
of transfinite sets > oo

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> And everywhere OUTSIDE of WM's wild weird world of WMytheology there are
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> more reals than such names.
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> Beware of WM and his WMytheology!
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I will appreciate WM's arduous work long before your preaching to the converted
that:

1 e CANTORSMISSINGSET <-IFF-> 1 NOT e 1stCOUNTABLESET
2 e CANTORSMISSINGSET <-IFF-> 2 NOT e 2ndCOUNTABLESET
...

somehow proves X>INFINITY

G. Cooper

Date Subject Author
1/29/14 Port563
1/29/14 William Elliot
2/5/14 Port563
2/5/14 wolfgang.mueckenheim@hs-augsburg.de
2/5/14 Virgil
2/5/14 Graham Cooper

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