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Issue 1.1

Overcoming HTTP404

When Kurt Gödel proposed the Incompleteness Theorem in 1931, it did not catch the popular imagination to the same extent as Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. The curvature of space, the time-space continuum, and the possibility of time travel unquestionably inspired the general public. However, Gödel’s ideas were as disruptive and paradigm changing as Einstein’s. They demonstrated that in any sufficiently complex system there are true statements that cannot be proven, which meant that one would need to step outside that system to validate those statements…

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