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accepted How can there be explicit polynomial equations for which the existence of integer solutions is unprovable?
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comment A challenge by R. P. Feynman: give counter-intuitive theorems that can be translated into everyday language
If I crumple it up minimally - that is, say, add one, very slight crease, or perhaps simply do nothing at all - then translate it a significant distance, wouldn't this not hold?
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