Do goerdels incompleteness theorems mean

That there is a answer to every question, in a sufficiently complex system to make it self refferencing

Or restated, is there a answer to every question?

Bc they are all sets, which always have a set of sets

, if they are complex enaugh to self refference

Pointing at a cat and going, is that a frog, would not be sufficient to apply as a theoretical example

Like does goerdels infinite sets apply to the trouble shooting process itself?

Like if reality is infinite, is there at least 1 solution for every question you pose

Aaah we have been over this, like hundreds of years ago, that was a statement to disprove god,

Can god make a boulder he can not lift

Solved before i was born






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