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Any state machine like computer what implements continuous process needs a loop (like a loop in algorithm) in Gödel's formal system because such state machine cannot be implemented as a function of time or by calculating just one state. Most changing structures can only be implemented in the computer, equations cannot model them other than iterative equations what implement computer or similar state machine. It is that for saying anything it's necessary to partly refute the Gödel's theorem, in spite that the argument of noncomputability is obviously wrong considering a huge number of programs written in so many years, and not yet anybody didn't find a single case when something couldn't be programmed because of noncomputability. But I still think that Gödel's theorem is useful to show the limits of (noniterative) equations.


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