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Scott Berg

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Re: Matheology � 291
Posted: Jun 17, 2013 11:06 AM
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<mueckenh@rz.fh-augsburg.de> wrote in message
news:1bc86ac2-c66b-42e0-acbf-f6ea419ce170@googlegroups.com...
On Monday, 17 June 2013 07:43:58 UTC+2, Zeit Geist wrote:
> In some systems consisting of ZFC + Some "Large Cardinal Axiom" CH, even
> GHC, can be proved or disproved. Perhaps Godel foresaw the >coming power
> of Inner Model Theory and Descriptive Set Theory.
>
>In some axiom systems it is possible to prove that the reals can be
>well-ordered, in other axiom-systems it is possible to prove that the reals

> >cannot be well-ordered. This shows that these "proofs" are nonsense, only
>pursued by matheologians. No science would rely on modern logic.
>
>The question is simply whether the reals can be well-ordered or not. But
>that question is not decided by matheology.
>
>How can some people remain that stupid to give a dime for a "proof" in
>matheology after Zermelo's desaster has become general knowledge?

> >>(Zermelo thought to prove that it can be done. Fraenkel wrote that
>*hitherto* nobody had accomplished it.) Menawhile the value of modern logic
> >should be obvious to everybody.
>
>Regards, WM


you so silly, the first axiom is " I always lie "





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