The article Is Arithmetic Consistent? points out that indeed arithmetic is consistent locally, that the difficulties of completeness that Godel demonstrated come in primarily with the axiom of induction and the extension of a proof to all members of an infinite set. At least, that's the way I understand what he's saying!
I think anytime we hear something like "the ground of being", we have made a leap from known
Post title: A Morning Reflection
(Feb 17 2012 at 12:22 PM)
This morning I was reflecting on this:
That's the Egyptian god Hapi on both sides, one foot on each side of what appears to be a representation of the sacrum, four reeds running from the feet through the center of the column and upward, two gripped like ropes by the gods, two supporting the platform on which are symbols that I believe belong to the king, or alternatively:
"This is why all their procedures and eve
Post title: The Left Knee
(Feb 10 2012 at 10:52 AM)
I don't seem to sit more than 50 minutes. I'm right-handed, and the left knee is definitely a whole different ball of wax than the right, even just when I stretch my legs (which I do one at a time, sitting on the floor, grabbing my toes and bringing my head to my knee). I believe this has to do with pivots and stretches at the sacrum. Here's my guide, lately:
The pose of the goddess on the right interests me.
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