undecidable problems solvable for humans? [duplicate]

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are undecidable problems also unsolvable for humans? I mean I would think I could tell by reading the code of a program if it will halt for a certain input (which would solve the haltingproblem).

This will be very hard for large programs of course, but still solvable. But then this would mean, a Turing machine can’t get as smart as a human.

This is probably a dumb question, but I don’t find anything online.