This e-Book is free, and it's still overpriced. You should be paid money—a large sum of money—for even considering to read this e-Book. The emoluments deserved by the brave readers who actually read this e-Book from beginning to end include tax refunds, bearer bonds, precious metals and a balanced portfolio managed by experts. The government should step in and reward you—no better yet it should guarantee your financial security. It’s the fair thing to do. Honestly, "Fathoming Gödel" doesn’t make sense, but then again what does? Will it make sense to readers in the future? I don’t know; my time machine is broken. I would need to get parts for a 1965 Triumph MG to make it work, and I’m afraid if I did so some Phileas Fogg wannabe would sue me for plagiarism. I wish I could use T.S. Eliot’s excuse. When readers opined that his seminal poem "The Waste Land" made no sense, he demurred that his friend, the American, Ezra Loomis Pound had convinced him to remove many explanatory lines. Unfortunately, I don’t have any friends who are crazy, Fascist sympathizers at least not any that could convince me to remove portions of the text so it made less sense. Ezra Pound after writing "Cantos," which some critics claim is the most important long poem in modern literature convinced himself that he was the spider in "Charlotte’s Web." A frequently asked question is do you need to understand the principles that explain the functioning of the vernier to understand Gödel’s theorems. The answer is no; all that you need to know is that it is an instrument used in measuring lengths and angles. It is named for Pierre Vernier, a French mathematician who invented it in the 1600’s.
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