2007 seminar talk: Large cardinals and definable well-orders, Mk II
Talk held by Andrew Brooke-Taylor (KGRC) at the KGRC seminar on 2007-05-24.
This will be an entirely revamped version of the talk I gave last December. Instead of Kurepa trees, we now code using the existence of diamond star sequences. We also broaden the range of large cardinals to be preserved, and give a more detailed discussion of how close we can come to preserving all cardinals of a given kind. Finally, if there's time left at the end, I'll talk briefly about something completely different that will also appear in my thesis: universal morasses.