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Do Not Forget Goedel

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on September 28, 2001 13:23:57 UTC

Regarding the deterministic view of the universe, Goedel proved that logic does not lead to all possibilities. Thatrefore, things can happen in the universe that cannot be reduced to what has happened before. Most realistic theists argue that quantum certainty and/or chaotic determinism allows for external action within the physical universe. My view is that the incompleteness theorem is sufficient to allow for illogical possibilities. But then again there may be redundant illogical processes.

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