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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on June 19, 2004 18:30:38 UTC

We all know it:the language of physics(actually of all the science)is mathematics.But the languge of mathematics is set theory.That's one of the most confusing subjects I've ever read about and as far as I know there still is not a complete set theory but a subject full of contradictions.You may think that this is irrelevant in physics but I want to ask you IS IT? because that is the very foundation of mathematics???

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