Set Theory and Logic

   

Refutation of Turing's Halting Problem as Logically Unsolvable

Authors: Colin James III

We confirm the halting conjecture as tautologous and hence refute the halting problem as unsolvable. What follows is that first order logic is decidable. This proof was made possible by the universal logic VL4.

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