A strange decimal expansion

Algebra Level pending

Call a number strange if and only if its decimal expansion ends in the infinite string : \(101001000100001 \cdots\).

So, for example, the number : \(0.1234561010010001 \cdots\), is strange.

Is the set of strange numbers empty,finite, countably infinite or uncountable?

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