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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on June 21, 2004 08:34:28 UTC

Why can't everything we observe in nature be derived from axioms.If we have a system of rules that can describe particular phenomenon then why we should call its properties emergent???
Goedel's incompleteness theorem is a mathematical concept,not a physical one.When I use the word axiomatisation I mean explaining everything on the grounds of laws(rules,axioms)not just just intuitive concept based on observable facts.That's what I mean and as you can see that is not mathematics.

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