Iosephus Granicae

2021-09-03 02:08:27 UTC

I occasionally saw a webpage claiming that there's inherent paradox inside Lebesgue Measure Theory, where he constructs a perfect set with positive measure and being nowhere dense, while he claims that the set cannot have positive measure, because it consists of "denumerable" "singular isolated points", hence the paradox occurs.

And also he claims he solved that "paradox" with "limiting condition", but he hasn't provide any sound and unambiguous definition about that concept.

Maybe someone with similar opinion can contact him.

The links are here:

www.jamesrmeyer.com/infinite/lebesgue-measure.html

And:

www.jamesrmeyer.com/infinite/understand-infinity-and-limits.html

And also he claims he solved that "paradox" with "limiting condition", but he hasn't provide any sound and unambiguous definition about that concept.

Maybe someone with similar opinion can contact him.

The links are here:

www.jamesrmeyer.com/infinite/lebesgue-measure.html

And:

www.jamesrmeyer.com/infinite/understand-infinity-and-limits.html