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Luis, Looks Like You Do Not Understand Godel.

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Posted by Alexander on November 17, 2001 00:55:55 UTC

Godel theorem says that given rich enough set of axioms you can derive a theorem which is perfectly correct, but which can not be proven correct/incorrect using ONLY the set of axioms you started with.

So, it actually says that math objects are MORE RICH than original set of axioms.

I start vorry if you understand ANYTHING at all - you posts are quite dumb.

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