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March 14th, 2018, 03:48 AM   #51
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And if you think you have a bijective function, please re-examine the statement Cantor proved. It can't be subjective.
Argggh. Thought I had found all the places auto-correct flubbed it.

"And if you think you have a bijective function, please re-examine the statement Cantor proved. It (the function C) can't be surjective."
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