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I understand that Kurt Gödel, in the early 1930s, with little opposition during his lifetime, argued that mathematics could not be proven because “one” could not be proven.

If such is the case, then it would seem that string theory, as well as, all other theoretical physics is on shaky ground.

Has anything since Gödel’s argument been provided to alleviate this problem?

It would seem that a “proof of one” would provide the required fundamentals for describing seminal motion that should provide an understanding of the internal structure of “strings”/light in such a way that explains how “dark” energy morphs to “dark” matter; which would relate the elliptical curves of gravity directly to the sinusoidal curves of light.

Does anyone have a comment regarding the above logic?