In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com wrote:
> On Saturday, 6 July 2013 23:59:55 UTC+2, fom wrote: > > > No statement has been falsified before it is expressed. > > Just yours has been wrong before you wrote it already. > Another example: There cannot be a flase statement." > > > You engage in a search for statements that cannot be falsified. > > False. As a physicist I engaged in a search for statements that hopefully > will not be falsified.
One hardly expects anyone as incompetent as WM in mathematics to be any less incompetent in physics, but miracles may sometimes occur.
In mathematics, every truth is ultimately of the form "If...,then...". I.e., its consequences depend on its assumptions.
When WM presumes true what standard mathematics presumes false, and vice versa, WM is in no position to dictate what standard mathematics can and does deduce. --