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Gödel's Incompleteness Theorem

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Look – no hands! In this Turing Centenary year… you can now go to a logic talk that doesn’t mention Turing machines!! Watch while famous logical trickster Dr Thomas Forster proves the Incompleteness Theorem before your very eyes! No but seriously. The Incompleteness theorem is surely one of the most important discoveries in mathematics since the Greeks. And – equally surely – there has been more nonsense talked about it than any other result in the whole of mathematics. Your host this evening will prove the theorem calmly and soberly and try to cut through some of the nonsense.

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