Bruno, et al.,

There is a CRITICAL FUNDAMENTAL ERROR in 
Godel's papers and concept.

If a simpler 'less complete' system - which 
-includes- its statements, attempts to make 
-presumptive statements- about a 'more complete'
corresponding system ... and its relationship to
the simpler 'base of statements' system, then a
conclusion is: a system CANNOT accurately 'self 
assess' but can accurately 'other assess' information
which may not in fact be present for assessment.

Generalized conclusion:

It is not possible to assess known information
whereas it is possible to assess unknown information.


James Rose

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