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1.Infinite list of binary sequences

2.About the Power set of ℕ

3.Frame of Natural Infinity

4.List of numbers smaller than 1

a.Creation of the numbers

b.Denseness of R..

c.Completeness of R..

d.Real numbers in [0,1[

5.About Cantor’s first proof

6.About the diagonal argument

7.Conclusion

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The real line is made of real numbers which are points. Points are discrete objects, but lines are continuous objects. How does continuity arise out of discreteness when points make line? The idea of uncountability solves this problem. Rational numbers are countable, the line they make contains holes. Real numbers are uncountable, the line they make is continuous. So, continuity must be created by the uncountability of the points of a continuous line. One can imagine that uncountable points are so numerous on the real line that real numbers are squeezed together.

Georg Cantor called the set of real numbers continuum, so he probably thought of creating continuity with discreteness when inventing uncountability. But, what does continuity really mean?

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