User talk:Jeffreykegler

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Goldbach's Comet[edit]

Hi Jeffrey, I've been absent for a few months and just wanted to thank you for the edit you made to the Goldbach's Comet page. This is a little sad, but apparently I've been misusing the term "prosaic" my entire life! Thanks for the correction OSJ1961 (talk) 20:39, 7 January 2009 (UTC)


I´ll be waiting for your work to update the spanish page. I guess you know the Stanford encyclopdeia entry, it´s almost done.

My work on the Wikipedia English Gödel article may go slowly, I fear -- I'm involved in several projects at the same time. I'll be doing it paragraph by paragraph as I find time.
I have only glanced at the Stanford article -- for the biography it's a tertiary source.--Jeffreykegler (talk) 06:31, 20 March 2008 (UTC)

(Thanks for your thanks for the Wang quote fix. It's amazing how easy that sort of error is to make and how hard it is to notice. Gareth McCaughan (talk) 16:26, 5 January 2009 (UTC))

Editting needed[edit]

As I translated the article (and compared it to other good articles) I noticed there is some "confusion" in it´s structure. Almost all of the information about his work is included in the section of his life. The article may benefit from being splitted in one section for his life, and one separate section about his works, wich is the pattern followed in most other entries.--Loyan (talk) 05:46, 26 March 2008 (UTC)

test of RSS watchlist feed[edit]


--Jeffreykegler (talk) 04:32, 23 October 2008 (UTC)

Gödel's constitutional loophole[edit]

Kudos for posting a scan of Morgenstern's account. Is it a reasonable inference from that account that Gödel did explain his loophole to Morgenstern? I lean to yes, since he says there were several discussions about it, and that Morgenstern says he said then that Gödel's loophole was unlikely to come about. But it is all written up, as you wrote, in a rather vague way. — Charles Stewart (talk) 12:01, 5 June 2009 (UTC)