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Godel And I Agree...(very Nice Of Me, Don't Ya Think?)

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on August 8, 2002 20:15:56 UTC

Godel's Incompleteness Theorem, from what I just read, is of great value clarifying something about which, in my simplicity, I was not confused.
However, much of the world was confused (and much still is). Highly disciplined mathematicians
could be lost on a wilderness so vast without a logical compass he helped make. I had hardly even tread on that vast wilderness, so I was not lost.
I use abstract binoculars which cannot fully take the place of being there. This note has run its course.

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