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How to save the world by Jess Liotta

This series of articles suggests that one of humanity’s roles is to describe our universe in ways that create descriptions of more complex universes. Kurt Gödel’s Impossibility Theorems prove that, in a De Sitter universe, a full mathematical system must be incomplete (see Article 4 - Could there be a logical explanation for our universe?). A mathematical description of a universe in De…




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Curious about big questions. Could there be a logical explanation for the origin of the universe? Does life have a purpose? Can we acquire psychic abilities?

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