“Godel showed that within a rigidly logical system…propositions can be formulated that are undecidable or undemonstrable within the axioms of the system…It appears to foredoom hope of mathematical certitude….Perhaps doomed also, as a result, is the ideal of science-to devise a set of axioms from which all phenomena of the external world can be deduced.”–Boyer, History of Mathematics.
Lived the life of a traveling professor's son. I have lived in California, Oregon, Washington, Indiana, Nevada, Hawaii and Mexico. Growing spent my summers playing sports with my older brother and hiking in the Sawtooth and White Cloud Mountain Ranges. . I am Mormon and went on a two-year mission in the Mazatlan, Mexico area. I have a great, wife and 4 wonderful kids in my life.