[sci.math] halting problem skeptic.
I started posting at sci.math again.

You may or may not like that.

I usually post there as a critic who is not afraid to be confident and have a dispute.
It might give a nonconstructive impression.
That may be a Reason why do not like it, im aware.

Anyway, the subject is the Halting problem and here is the link




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