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    Quote Originally Posted by Surpmil View Post
    And other times perhaps genuinely "really good" appearing ideas are still-born only because they appear to similar dead-ends?
    Ha! Questions which provably have answers but are provably impossible to answer?
    I would say no. Meticulously following every lead no matter how ridiculous it seems is a normal part the job - like always first ensuring a clear chamber before anything else. Then again, if I am wrong I have no way of knowing it because as you say it would have already been dead, unless of course someone else answers to the contrary to provide me the example.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decidability_(logic)

    Ok...back to finishing my checkering cradle. The other job can wait till Monday morning.

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