Let's say all things are known in the Universe and magic doesn't exist, then:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

K is the set of all things known and Magic, M, doesn't exist.

M [tex]\notin[/tex] {K}

Let {[tex]\neg[/tex] K} be all things not known.

{[tex]\neg[/tex] K} [tex]\notin[/tex] {K}

Since Magic can not be defined by {K} Then

M [tex]\in[/tex] {[tex]\neg[/tex] K} by default since

{[tex]\neg[/tex] K} is the set of what can not be defined by {K}

Because the first premise is absurd, not all is known about the universe then the set {[tex]\neg[/tex] K} is real and magic is a form of unknown which belongs to the set of {[tex]\neg[/tex] K}. :tongue:

Any comments or suggestions as to how to make this a better proof would be appreciated, thanks. Also is there any other similar proof of magic?

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# Mathematical proof of Magic

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