We denote by S the unit sphere in ℝ3, and µ is the rotationally invariant measure, generalizing surface area on S; thus µS = 4π. We identify directions (or unit vectors) in ℝ3 with points on S, and prove the following:
Theorem 1. If E is a subset of ℝ3 of Lebesgue measure zero, then for µ almost all directions α, every plane normal to α intersects E in a set of plane measure zero.
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