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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 5, 2001 13:50:01 UTC

I know of several based on superstring theory alone. So that demolishes another hidden jisbond assumption.


The real problem with jisbond's logic is that the logic process is incomplete. Logic is nothing without axioms or postulates.

A complete logic system requires axioms, the logic process and hopefully all the solutions or conclusions that come from the logic process.

Goedel has proved even in that case that any system with a finite number of axioms is necessarily incomplete. There are conclusions that cannot be derived.

But I say that any finite system is incomplete since the system is finite. Since only god can presumably invoke an infifnite number of postulates, then every use of logic is necessarily incomplete and the conclusions are necessarily not rigorous.

So my complaint against jisbond is that he does not tell us what his assumptions are. I just pointed out an alternative mechanism. That mechanism has been discussed by Alexander for about a year on this forum. I coulds easily answer them, but since he will not answer any of my questions to him, he deserves the same treatment from me.

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