Looking forward to the second part.
The first part is rather empty.
Richard


On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 7:21 PM, Ian Mclean <idlnmcl...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Details on my blog, Radical 
> Computing<http://radicomp.blogspot.com/2013/08/proof-of-impossibility-sketch-for.html>
> .
>
> The summary is this, we can argue that a Theory of Everything is
> characterized by either syntactic, negation, or deductive completeness or
> universal closure. "A *theory of everything* (*ToE*) or *final theory* is
> a theory of theoretical physics that fully explains and links together
> all known physical phenomena, and predicts the outcome of *any* experiment
> that could be carried out *in principle*." (Wikipedia: Theory of
> Everything <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theory_of_everything>) Either
> definition excludes strictly consistent theories from consideration.
> Universal closure is achieved almost exclusively by the axiom of
> unrestricted comprehension and universal sets which in general entail
> Russell's paradox. Completeness is a more tractable property, but as I've
> sketched, necessitates that a neither a Theory of Everything nor its
> metasystem is strictly consistent.
>
> This sketch is for the first part of a two part thesis on proof by
> contradiction methods examining proofs by contradiction intolerance and
> proofs by contradiction tolerance towards the development of paraconsistent
> metasystems and methods in metamathematics and the scientific method.
> Rather than argue for the impossibility of a theory of everything
> whatsoever, I argue that this necessitates that a Theory of Everything and
> its metasystem will be paraconsistent in a stronger sense than Zizzi's Lq
> and Lnq qubit languages. The second part of the paper will re-examine
> Gödel's proofs, Russell's paradox, and diagonalization proofs with
> contradiction tolerant methods.
>
> I appreciate any feedback--especially constructive criticism,
> -Ian D.L.N. Mclean
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