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Posted by Richard Ruquist on September 24, 2003 11:43:39 UTC

Godel's incompleteness theorem means that there are theorems or solutions or truths in any complex system that cannot be derived from its axioms but are known to be true from a more complex system that subsumes the first system.

Ref: Shadows of the Mind and Emperors ...

I have postulated that this is a means of spiritual communication with the physical world, assuming the spiritual world is more complex and includes the physical world. I have further hypothesized that the level of complexity to allow for such a communication within the physical world via the spiritual is less than a human brain and roughly 100 monkeys in agreement with Sheldake. Proof unavailable.

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