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.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Is that true? Do the theorems apply to the physical world as they apply to the realm of mathematics?

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# I Godel's ITs & the Physical World: Is a ToE impossible?

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