In a message dated 4/2/2001 3:15:18 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
<< Except for the idea that the Goldbach Conjecture (NOT the Riemann
Hypothesis, as stated in the article) might be true but TOTALLY
unproveable (i.e., the consequence of an infinite number of independent
mathematical facts). I've heard this hypothesized before in connection
with Chaitin's work, and I find it both plausible and chilling.
I wonder why E.Y. finds this "chilling"?
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