# Difference between revisions of "Talk:468: Fetishes"

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: Wow. You've just solved the Incompleteness Theorem by simply calling Gödel a liar. Why didn't Bertram Russell think of that for his Principia Mathematica? But, have you taken [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule%2034 Rule 34] into account? [[Special:Contributions/162.158.106.252|162.158.106.252]] 12:44, 26 February 2019 (UTC) | : Wow. You've just solved the Incompleteness Theorem by simply calling Gödel a liar. Why didn't Bertram Russell think of that for his Principia Mathematica? But, have you taken [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule%2034 Rule 34] into account? [[Special:Contributions/162.158.106.252|162.158.106.252]] 12:44, 26 February 2019 (UTC) | ||

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+ | By typing "doing anything at any amount": both paradoxes would be solved. "Anything not on your list" would simply be "nothing", and "at any amount" would cover "twice" [[Special:Contributions/141.101.69.105|141.101.69.105]] 16:58, 11 May 2020 (UTC) |

## Latest revision as of 16:58, 11 May 2020

I should point out that [1] is "The set of all sets that do not contain themselves"- if it does not contain itself, then it must contain itself; but since it now contains itself, it cannot. Although this doesn't seem to have an obvious parallel in the comic, Russell probably should've known better than to create a comprehensive list of anything. --Someone Else 37 (talk) 04:17, 14 January 2014 (UTC)

And factoids are false even if they don't contain 7. If they weren't false they would be facts.Factoids are falsehoods that look almost like facts, just as the humanoid Mr. Spock is not human, but almost lookalike one. 162.158.38.100 (talk) *(please sign your comments with ~~~~)*

The real solution here is to take into account that Godel is clearly lying. There's no way he's turned on by literally anything not on the list. 108.162.245.166 01:01, 2 February 2019 (UTC)

- Wow. You've just solved the Incompleteness Theorem by simply calling Gödel a liar. Why didn't Bertram Russell think of that for his Principia Mathematica? But, have you taken Rule 34 into account? 162.158.106.252 12:44, 26 February 2019 (UTC)

By typing "doing anything at any amount": both paradoxes would be solved. "Anything not on your list" would simply be "nothing", and "at any amount" would cover "twice" 141.101.69.105 16:58, 11 May 2020 (UTC)