On 7/23/2012 4:42 AM, ronaldheld wrote:
is there any meaning to this?
"Undecidable" means that neither the proposition or its negation is provable from the
axioms. Presumably the corresponding physical fact is decided, and knowable by some
measurement. So it just means that no set of axioms will be able to entail all physical
facts, i.e. no "Theory of Everything" will be complete (which is not at all surprising).
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