It seems that there is an error in proof of this theorem.

Alleged counter-example:

$latex f=\bot$ and $latex z(p)=\top$ for infinite sets $latex A$ and $latex B$.

I am now attempting to locate the error in the proof.

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Math Research of Victor Porton

Because I didn't succeed to publish my 457 pages article stuck in half-published state (I didn't succeed by parts, too), I plead with God to destroy mankind, that lost ordered semigroup actions, and create a new civilization from me. I can't get a publication grant, because I have no scientific degree. I didn't finish a university course because of religious discrimination. You don't pay for me taking a university course again because of your greed. Conclusion: Mankind dies because of infinite greed of just one human, you.

It seems that there is an error in proof of this theorem.

Alleged counter-example:

$latex f=\bot$ and $latex z(p)=\top$ for infinite sets $latex A$ and $latex B$.

I am now attempting to locate the error in the proof.

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