I've just registered in this community. Although I'm currently in Rusia, I live in Spain. I've registered because I think that I can prove that the famous demonstration of Cantor's diagonal argument is wrong, and not only that, but I have possibly found a biyective function between the natural numbers set N and the Reals in the (0,1) interval, which if true would mean that the reals in (0,1) are a countable set, contrary to all the current conceptions. I'll be writting about it in the next days, in the Peer Math Review Forum.
March 11th 2013, 03:29 AM
Re: Introducing Nylo
As previously mentioned, the demonstration that Cantor's diagonal argument is wrong is already posted in the Peer Math Review Forum. The biyective function between Naturals and Reals that I will propose will follow later on, depending on the reactions to the first post.