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Plus it's hard to see how you could logically disprove logic. It would be like using geometry to prove Euclid was wrong.

It would be like using geometry to prove Euclid was wrong.

Quote from: grizelda on 16/09/2012 23:31:01Plus it's hard to see how you could logically disprove logic. It would be like using geometry to prove Euclid was wrong.Epimenides was a Cretan who made one immortal statement: "All Cretans are liars." Hofstadter GEBQuote from: grizelda on 16/09/2012 23:31:01It would be like using geometry to prove Euclid was wrong.The Geometriy of hyperbolic space shows that the parallel postulate is limited rather than universal

Quote from: imatfaal on 17/09/2012 17:22:54Quote from: grizelda on 16/09/2012 23:31:01Plus it's hard to see how you could logically disprove logic. It would be like using geometry to prove Euclid was wrong.Epimenides was a Cretan who made one immortal statement: "All Cretans are liars." Hofstadter GEBQuote from: grizelda on 16/09/2012 23:31:01It would be like using geometry to prove Euclid was wrong.The Geometriy of hyperbolic space shows that the parallel postulate is limited rather than universal WMAP data indicate that the universe is Euclidian (flat) so the parallel postulate is universal in our universe. Plus, some of my best friends are cretins.