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  • Hence this theorem is known as Goldbach's theorem, but no one has as yet succeeded in either proving or disproving it.

    Popular Science Monthly Oct, Nov, Dec, 1915 — Volume 86

  • Hence this theorem is known as Goldbach's theorem, but no one has as yet succeeded in either proving or disproving it.

    The Scientific Monthly, October-December 1915

  • What they disagree about is the status of an ordinary mathematical conjecture, such as Goldbach's Conjecture.

    Wittgenstein's Philosophy of Mathematics

  • One cannot attempt to decide on mathematical questions such as Goldbach's conjecture by using a mechanical computer which carries out operations at an increasing speed, as if it were a Turing machine.

    Supertasks

  • Mathematicians have failed to disprove it for all even numbers up to 300 thousand million million million, and common sense would happily call it Goldbach’s Fact.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • Mathematicians have failed to disprove it for all even numbers up to 300 thousand million million million, and common sense would happily call it Goldbach’s Fact.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • You see there's something called, if I've got it right, 'Goldbach's conjecture'. "

    Banquets of the Black Widowers

  • Eugene O'Loughlin and Bernie Goldbach have extended reports.

    Bytes 'n Pieces

  • - Bernie Goldbach links to the Newshour segment on the economic situations in Ireland and Poland, part of which was filmed at OpenCoffee Limerick recently.

    February 2009

  • Eugene O'Loughlin and Bernie Goldbach have extended reports.

    May 2009

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