**From:** Warrigal (*ihope127+w@gmail.com*)

**Date:** Wed May 27 2009 - 11:24:05 MDT

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On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 3:21 PM, John K Clark <johnkclark@fastmail.fm> wrote:

*>> You may add it to your list as another axiom.
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*> Tou could, but if you can’t prove it then you don’t know if it’s true,
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*> adding it as a axiom is very dangerous. Suppose you add as an axiom that
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*> Goldbach’s Conjecture is true and then somebody crunching numbers on a
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*> computer find’s a counterexample to prove it false? Mathematics would
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*> collapse.
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If that were as dangerous as you say, Russell's paradox would have

ruined us forever.

--Warrigal

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