Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by DunAzrael, Oct 6, 2002.
You have a point, I surrender...
I respect you greatly for saying that. Few people can.
We can't define nothing, it's not within our grasp of comprehension.
Me* looks around and whips my mask off revealing a small green face with one eye and no mouth.(yes jake, I know).
Hahaha, I Aare coom tou inslafe yuu aal witfph mi baed grammmir und mi koumprihension uf de inkoumprihensible. Nano-Nano. greeble-glork and all that jazz.
What if we could comprehend it?
Next time on todays brain fuel. Comprehension of the incomprehensible, and under what circumstances do beings evolve.
I thank thee.
I really shouldn't participate in this conversation, I'm only a 10th grader...
If nothing is incomprehensible, is it sensible to believe in it as a certainty? (maybe you'll notice what I'm refering too ) But then again, it must be disproved before assuming that nothing itself can't exist. I'm not even sure what I'm talking about.
This debate is entirely philosophical.
As was already stated by myself, anything within our universe can be comprehended relative to our universe. Anything outside may exist, but cannot be defined since it does not obey our laws. We may postulate how such things behave, but these remain postulates (by the strictest definition of a postulate) no matter how accurate they are in truth since we ourselves will never have means to guage that accuracy.
Okay, so when do we get to start evolution?
I'm an 11th grader, only a year older than you bud. Next to you and Macguru I'm probably the youngest on the boards.
I think Balefire's 13. You must be the sort of kid who reads alot . I'd be as smart as you if I had that sort of patience. But I don't need to, cause it seems that all the people my age would never be up to the conversations we have in these forums.
I've read three Stephen Hawking books on physics and mathematics. That's it for extra-curricular stuff.
Yes. Some of us absorb a bit more from school
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