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Unfalsifiable Conjectures in Mathematics

Authors: Craig Alan Feinstein

It is generally accepted among scientists that an unfalsifiable theory, a theory which can never conceivably be proven false, can never have any use in science. In this paper, we shall address the question, “Can an unfalsifiable conjecture ever have any use in mathematics?”

Comments: Progress in Physics, 2018 (vol. 14), issue 4, pages 213-214

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