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Originally Posted by Jagged_Steel View Post
If it were, we we not be having such a lively discussion about "Einsteins Thoeries", we would be chatting about "Einsteins Laws". They are called theories for a good reason- they have not been proven.
You really just keep spitting out the most incorrect views on science I have ever seen. I'll save you some goolging.

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Regardless of which definitions one uses to distinguish between a law and a theory, scientists would agree that a theory is NOT a "transitory law, a law in waiting". There is NO hierarchy being implied by scientists who use these words. That is, a law is neither "better than" nor "above" a theory.
It continues on to say that both laws and theories can be proven FALSE, or made more accurate with modern discoveries. Einsteins theories carry no less weight than Keplers LAWS of planetary motion, the THEORY of evolution, the THEORY of gravity, or Newton's LAWS. Note the interchangeability of the words?

Just because a group of idiots decided that theory implies unknown (just look how many people use it to discredit evolution "Its just a theory!"), its actually no more or less true than a scientific law.
    
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post #152 of 200
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The number 2 will always represent the same thing. Mathematical fact. Those kinds of things are assumptions that can be made.
I beg to differ. the "number 2" can represent anything.

Example:

in the decimal numeric system "12" represtents this quantity: ////////////

in the Hexadecimal system "12" represents this quantity : //////////////////

Both of these numbers are the same and they both use the number 2- but they represent different quantities.
    
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post #153 of 200
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Originally Posted by Jagged_Steel View Post
I beg to differ. the "number 2" can represent anything.

Example:

in the decimal numeric system "12" represtents this quantity: ////////////

in the Hexadecimal system "12" represents this quantity : //////////////////

Both of these numbers are the same and they both use the number 2- but they represent different quantities.
But how do you know? How do you know you are counting correctly? How do you know those numbers even exist?
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But how do you know? How do you know you are counting correctly? How do you know those numbers even exist?
Too deep, come back.
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Originally Posted by Riou View Post
But how do you know? How do you know you are counting correctly? How do you know those numbers even exist?
He doesn't! He assumes nothing! Hes so smart!
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I disagree with this. Just stating that this is so is completely meaningless.
I disagree with this. Just stating that you disagree is completely meaningless.
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Assumption: Hexadecimal system invented by: Azthek Trolls.
Factual Base: Awesome hex sticks.
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I have too, and I honestly believe that they are real. This is however my opinion and there is no proof of this.

Edit to add: And even if Deja Vu is real, it does not mean that time has movement. It could very well mean that Time is fixed, and that our viewpoint changes.
but more people have them?

i've experience that too

sometimes i've sat at a table and i was suddenly like: "hmm i've seen this before.. now she says this: xxxxxxxxx" and poof.. she says it. its weird =D i love those things

still if its not something we can "use" then... ;<
its sorta pointless. still cool to know =D
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This thread was funny...now its just sad.
Now here is something that I can (mostly) agree with. There have been a few humorous moments, and now that a gang of stalwart defenders of mainstream science are unable to disprove any points that I have made using logic they have resorted to tossing dung at me and telling eachother just how right they are and of course how outrageous it is that I question things. Quite sad indeed.
    
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Now here is something that I can (mostly) agree with. There have been a few humorous moments, and now that a gang of stalwart defenders of mainstream science are unable to disprove any points that I have made using logic they have resorted to tossing dung at me and telling eachother just how right they are and of course how outrageous it is that I question things. Quite sad indeed.
troll is troll always


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