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Both Hawking and Dyson have said that Godel's incompleteness theorems prove that it is impossible for us to formulate an absolutely fundamental Theory of Everything.
Is that true? Do the theorems apply to the physical world as they apply to the realm of mathematics?
Is that true? Do the theorems apply to the physical world as they apply to the realm of mathematics?