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1 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I have interacted with many scholars over the years concerning Boolean Relation Theory and Concrete Mathematical Incompleteness. These interactions have encouraged me to intensify my efforts. But they also have also made me realize just how much greater are the challenges that lie ahead, if Concrete Mathematical Incompleteness is to be inexorably woven into the mathematical culture. I want to first thank the three anonymous referees for corrections and comments, as well as advice that was largely adopted. Special thanks are due to Andrey Bovykin, who organized a one week meeting at Bristol in December, 2009, during which Andrey was accompanied by Lorenzo Carlucci and Andreas Weierman, together with four Ph.D. students Stuart King, Florian Pelupessy, Sam Sanders, and Michiel De Smet, endured about 50 hours(!) of my lectures on Chapter 5, with the expressed goal of finding bugs. This team of seven divided the checking equally. I am glad
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