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lol It's interesting to compare the comments from this thread to the comments of the article.
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They can't recreate something that hasn't happened yet, only simulate it/thread
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jagged_Steel View Post
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.
Who are you talking to? I am just a figure of your imagination. You need to get back to the sanitarium and take your meds.
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"Circular Reference / Logic (Relative Relation)"

a = 2 + b
b = (a / 2) + 1

Solution:

a = 2 + b
b = a - 2

a - 2 = (a / 2) + 1
2a - 4 = a + 2
-6 = a - 2a;
-6 = -a;
a = 6;

b = a - 2
b = 4

There, your proof. Now go do something useful instead of being a forumwarrior trying to get smart with random interweb people
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They can't recreate something that hasn't happened yet, only simulate it/thread
How do you know it hasn't happened? Are you certain that time moves, and if it does, is it linear with a start and end, or is it folded upon itself with no beginning and no end? The reality is that we do not know what time is, let alone whether it can , will, or has ended.
    
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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.
Please stop grasping at straws, I shouldn't have to be so precise as to define which base I'm talking about. But to alleviate any confusion, I was referring to the base-10 version of the number 2.
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This thread has created a cloud of brainfarts in 5th dimention....
    
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There are two kinds of time. One is the frame of reference us humans assign to the duration it takes between two states of difference. This one could mathematically "run out".

The other is the interesting one. The phenomenan that allows state change in its most abstract form. The phenomenan that allows us and our universe and whatever is beyond, to exist in the first place. And this time will never run out. Without time, no change of state is possible.
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Originally Posted by lordikon View Post
Please stop grasping at straws, I shouldn't have to be so precise as to define which base I'm talking about. But to alleviate any confusion, I was referring to the base-10 version of the number 2.
How is giving a very specific and precise example which proves a point "grasping at straws"?

Edit to add: Oh, and by the way, saying your example is "bas 10 " does not change anything. here is another example using only decimal numbers:

2 represents this quantity: //

22 represents this quantity: /////////// ///////////

The 2 in the first example represents // things. The first 2 of the second numbers represents //////////////////// things. If you think those quantities are the same, I would love to play some poker with you. I will throw in // this many chips and you can toss in //////////////////// chips and we can call it even.....
Edited by Jagged_Steel - 7/26/11 at 1:51pm
    
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Originally Posted by Jagged_Steel View Post
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 continuously disproving any points that I have made using logic falacies, I have resorted to ignoring them and only pick on the easy quotes that help me drive home my unique point. Quite sad indeed.
Fixed it appropriately.
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