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Absolute Truth Not In Math Either

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 13, 2001 15:29:40 UTC

All theorems or solutions in math are based on assumptuions or in other words axioms. The truth of the solutions are only as true as the assumptions. And there is no way of knowing if the axioms are true. So there is absolutely no absolute truth.

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