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2017-08-04 12:21:24 UTC

*Every* entry of the Cantor-list differs from the antidiagonal. From this it is concluded that *all* entries differ from the antidiagonal and therefore the antidiagonal is not in the list.

*Every* digit of an entry or of the antidiagonal is insufficient to determine a real number. From this it is not concluded that *all* digits of an entry or of the antidiagonal are insufficient to determine a real number.

*Every* rational number can be indexed by a natural number. From this it is concluded that *all* rational numbers can be indexed by natural numbers.

*Every* natural number leaves the overwhelming majority of rationals without index. From this it is not concluded that *all* natural numbers leave the overwhelming majority of rationals without index.

*Every* digit of an entry or of the antidiagonal is insufficient to determine a real number. From this it is not concluded that *all* digits of an entry or of the antidiagonal are insufficient to determine a real number.

*Every* rational number can be indexed by a natural number. From this it is concluded that *all* rational numbers can be indexed by natural numbers.

*Every* natural number leaves the overwhelming majority of rationals without index. From this it is not concluded that *all* natural numbers leave the overwhelming majority of rationals without index.