If you cannot imagine the subset of conventional proofs of mathematical logic having
true premises then your actual background is not nearly up to par.
If you can imagine this then of course my idea seem impossibly too simple to be correct
UNLESS YOU ACTUALLY TRACE IT THROUGH AND TEST IT.
It really is totally nuts that something as simple as the conventional notion
of sound deductive inference would totally eliminate incompleteness of formal systems,
none this less it remains an easily verifiable fact just the same.
I had to use categorically exhaustively complete reasoning to interpolate on a solution
that everyone else simply ignored. This found a correct solution that just happened
to be unbelievable.
SSL certificates have been traditionally only used for e-commerce sites so requiring
them of everyone only seemed to be a money making scam. In retrospect they
might also be used to hold the purveyors of computer viruses accountable.
Grammarly is an SSL site that is spreading viruses that try to steal your banking password.