What are your EQP Titles??Watch
anyway, there are lots of supposed philosophical implications. for example, "we can never be sure of anything", "minds must be more than computers" or even "things can only be explained be something outside of it, so god exists" ect.
in my dissertation (which was waaaay to long) i go through about 20 arguments and argue against them. i.e. i dont think there are any philosophical implications.
btw the latin just means "we do not know and we will not know" which is a quote by some guy but also the main supposed implication of godels theorems. if your interested in logic, analytic philosophy or maths then look into it.
it was a bit hard going - especially the actual maths - but not as bad as it sounds.
now i'll never sleep
Both the most interesting and time-consuming piece of work I've ever done!
I approve. Good man/woman/thing.
The theorem itself is quite easy to understand on an intuitive level, so it was probably a good choice, since the people marking your work (your teachers and examiners) probably won't know much about it.
not really this. at least from anecdotal evidence of the ~20 people i know who did it, most people overestimate the effort they need to put into it, and end up getting an A* which they could have got for a fraction of the effort. any more than 14 hours of work and youre being self-indulgent. of course, if youre genuinely interested in it then do as much as you want. but if you just want a letter on your application, then dont worry.