Originally Posted by

**evariste.galois**
there are many hypothesis that have not been proven yet (as the Riemann hypothesis etc.) I am just wondering if, theoretically, there would be a hypothesis that can not be proven at all.

I mean, I know that the Godel incompleteness theorem states that you can not prove the axioms of mathematics. Apart from that, has there been any efforts made to "prove" that certain hypothesis can simply not be proven? I guess the math involved would be far to complicated for me. even the fermat hypothesis has been proven but in such a complicated way that you would imagine that there must be even more complicated ways and detours to prove many other things.

No, when they introduced neutrons into science there was no statement, that the government could not prove, could not corrupt, alter or ridicule.

The scientists the government put in charge either knowingly committed treason against America. For which they could be shot. Or they unknowingly committed treason against America and could be threatened with treason. Either way there is no more solid basis for truth in America.

Sincerely,

William McCormick