Authors: Colin James III
In bivalent mathematical logic, the unfalsifiable conjecture is not contradictory, and hence tautologous to be a theorem. The theorem by definition is not contradictory, tautologous, and hence unfalsifiable. There is no distinction between the states of unfalsifiable or confirmable as opposed to falsifiable or refutable.
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