The scope of this book includes technical issues in mathematics and physics. Most of it should be understandable with the aid of two appendixes ( and ) to anyone with high school level algebra and physics. The more technically involved topics are in appendixes and . Appendix includes a proof of Gödel 's incompleteness theorem that is intended to be easily understood by anyone with a little practical experience with computer programming. This appendix starts with a minimal introduction to the mathematics discussed in this book including that needed to understand Gödel 's theorem.

Appendix requires both a
knowledge of the C `++` programming language and a basic
knowledge of set theory such as the minimal introduction in
Appendix . Appendix require an introductory level
understanding of quantum mechanics such as the minimal introduction
in Appendix .

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