In article <nlL7t.371032$O02.firstname.lastname@example.org>, Nam Nguyen <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 05/04/2013 6:11 PM, Virgil wrote: > > In article <_pJ7t.firstname.lastname@example.org>, > > Nam Nguyen <email@example.com> wrote: > > > >> In so far as a _perceived_ language structure would enable > >> us to interpret the concept of the natural numbers, such > >> a perception is a theology; in it, there are 2 offshoot > >> theologies which we'll _forever_ (i.e. even in principle of > >> logic) struggle to choose for acceptance: > >> > >> - cGC being true > >> - ~cGC being true. > > > > According to Wikipedia > > CGC can be an abbreviation for: > > ¤ Chen Guangcheng a civil rights activist in the People's Republic > > of China who drew international attention to human rights issues in > > rural areas > > ¤ Canadian Grenadier Guards > > ¤ Cambridge Gliding Centre > > ¤ Canada Games Company > > ¤ The Capital Group Companies, an investment management organization > > ¤ the Canine Good Citizen certification > > ¤ Cerebellar granule cell > > ¤ Certified general contractor, a type of unlimited contractor in > > Florida, USA as opposed to registered (limited) > > ¤ Board-Certified Genetic Counselor > > ¤ United States Coast Guard Cutter > > ¤ Color Glass Condensate > > ¤ Comics Guaranty LLC, a grading service for the comic book > > collecting industry > > ¤ Conspicuous Gallantry Cross > > ¤ Constrained geometry complex > > ¤ Career Guidance Council, is a not-to-profit organization > > ¤ Consumer generated content, also known as Consumer generated media > > ¤ Co-operative Grocer Chain Japan, known as CGC Japan > > > Sure. Here cGc means the FOL formula written in L(PA) that would stand > as: > > cGC <-> "There are infinitely many counter examples of the Goldbach > Conjecture".
Then you presume that the Goldbach conjecture will never be settled? It has not been around as long as the FLT, which finally was settled in the affirmative. --