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>>>>Of course, the paradox to that supposition is that if everything is mathematical then how is that we are able to lie and make mathematical errors when we do math. That is, what allows us the freedom from mathematical order so that we are not so connected to the 'math world' that we actually cause a clear contradiction to that order? to a < or the + to a , the statement becomes plausible. There are a multitude of changes I could make to cure the equation of its "paradoxical flu"..... I could change the 4 to a 13, or change one of the 5's to a 7..... instead of a comma between a & b I could replace it with the word "or". Did I lie on behalf of my own free will?, or did I mistakingly throw symbols about that are understood to have a particular meaning which negates the possibility of the above statement having a "true solution".


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