Last week, I watched Mark Colyvan’s lecture about Kurt Gödel and the limits of mathematics one more time. Since I learn a lot of stuff every time I watch the lecture, I decided to turn his lecture into a blog post. — I think that Kurt Gödel, though perhaps not as famous as many big thinkers, such as Darwin, Newton, Einstein, and Aristotle, belongs amongst men of such intellectual caliber. The main reason is that it’s hard to understand what a mathematician does. You can explain to people the basic ideas of…