Oh no ! Yet Another Flawed Incompleteness Proof
From time to time I get asked to comment on an incompleteness proof. Many of these proofs are so obviously flawed that it is easy to demonstrate where the flaw is. While initially I thought that I would deal with them all on the same page, I discovered that as more flawed proofs accumulate one page was becoming rather cumbersome, so I have now put them on separate pages, even if some of them can be dealt with in a few paragraphs. A list of the pages dealing with these obviously flawed proofs is given below.
- An Incompleteness Proof by Francesco Berto
- An Incompleteness Proof by Bernd Buldt
- An Incompleteness Proof by Dan Gusfield
- An Incompleteness Proof by Byunghan Kim
- An Incompleteness Proof by Dennis Müller
- An Incompleteness Proof by Arindama Singh
- An Incompleteness Proof by Sebastian Oberhoff
- An Incompleteness Proof by Antti Valmari
It is noteworthy that in many such proofs, the quality of the proof seems to be in inverse proportion to the esteem with which the authors view their own work.
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