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The less known theorem about Encyclopedia Uncompleteness was held for a truth during it's inventor Kurt Gödels entire career. The mathematically complicated thoerem results in two simple statements:

A) No matter how complete a set of entries (such as an Encyclopedia) becomes, there is always at least one possible entry that is not contained by it.

B) No matter how accurate, there will always be at least two entries in the set whose content contradict each other.

The theorem has been disproven since the second statement does not hold for the set of entries presented in the Uncyclopedia. Evidently there cannot be any contradiction of content in a set of entries that contain nought in the first place.

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