In Logic, papers start in Sanskrit!

This was quite an astonishing find. The paper discusses representations of all possible enumerable sets by means of polynomials springing out from logical statements. These logical statements derive precisely from Matijasevic’s solution to Hilbert’s 10th problem – I will post an example later.

For now, here is a translation of the Sanskrit:

Whatever you wish can be seen all at once right here. This universal form can show you all that you now desire. Everything is here completely.

*-Bh.G., 11, text 7*

And now it makes sense!

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