THEOREM: Every natural number can be completely and unambiguously
identified in fourteen words or less.
PROOF:
1. Suppose there is some natural number which cannot be unambiguously
described in fourteen words or less.
2. Then there must be a smallest such number. Let's call it n.
3. But now n is "the smallest natural number that cannot be unambiguously
described in fourteen words or less".
4. This is a complete and unambiguous description of n in fourteen words,
contradicting the fact that n was supposed not to have such a description!
5. Since the assumption (step 1) of the existence of a natural number that
cannot be unambiguously described in fourteen words or less
led to a contradiction, it must be an incorrect assumption.
6.Therefore, all natural numbers can be unambiguously described in fourteen
words or less!
