From: John K Clark (email@example.com)
Date: Tue May 26 2009 - 13:21:52 MDT
On Tue, 26 May 2009 "Tomaz Kristan"
> Say, that you have a nonprovable theorem.
But there is in general there is no way to know itís unprovable.
> You may add it to your list as another axiom.
Tou could, but if you canít prove it then you donít know if itís true,
adding it as a axiom is very dangerous. Suppose you add as an axiom that
Goldbachís Conjecture is true and then somebody crunching numbers on a
computer findís a counterexample to prove it false? Mathematics would
John K Clark
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