Godel's Theorem only applies to a small subset of formal systems. Language is organic. Take visual system.
The thing about language is it has two parts is: constructing linguistic expression and externalizing it to other sensory system
This structure called structural dependence allows you to create impossible language.
Intelligence is a very rare property. We have so many species, but only so many survive. If you see the ones surviving are more at low intelligence scale. Eg. Bacteria.
Eg of language and cognition: Chris, a test subject, has extremely bad cognitive capabilities, but extraordinary linguistic capacities. He has even mastered many languages. So they tested on this impossible language experiment — when given new language that sticks to linguistic principles learns it quickly, but give him language with linear order(every third word is a negation) or other violation of structure: total blank. Because of puzzle solving(cognition)
Do you ever make mistakes while typing the words that sounds similar: right vs write.
Children learn from peers not from parents. No amount of efforts change how kids learn.
You can gauge value from reaction to the event. Surprise increases reaction.
At a two word stage, kids are actually understanding much more complex sentences. You introduce any error it doesn't understand.
Kids can only understand the normal speech.
If you don't understand something it feels like it varies a lot. Biologist used to think they had to study every animal separately, but now you know there is uniformity is all of them.
There is no scientific method. It is just making smart conjectures.
Gallilean Challenge: How can it take place? How can you use
Computation Efficiency is analog to the Principle of least action in physics