Tower of Math / Gödel's Floating City

Does it pique your curiosity enough to read an article about math?

For a Quanta Magazine explainer on Gödel's Incompleteness Theorem, by Natalie Wolchover. The central structure is a metaphorical "tower of math", forever foundation-less. The obelisks floating around it represent undecidable problems — statements that can never be proved, thus never reachable from the central structure.