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Ruminating thoughts on random things.

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Wolf Prince, Dec 12, 2019.

  1. Wolf Prince

    Wolf Prince My future job title.

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    You dont have to be perfect. You just have to make the world think your two thirds of the way there.

    If two plus two equals four. How often can you repeat the pattern until the answer is something else. And if you do get another answer is it fate? Or simple mathmatical error?

    If two of us say yes to the same question and their are no wrong answers. How can you say one of us is right? Or is it your trying to get an answer that aligns with your own. There by saying one of us is right suggests you need the opinion of another to tell you your right. So you can believe the answer you have is the correct one.
     
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  2. Darwin

    Darwin Well-Known Member V.I.P Member

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    "Right" often is what most people in one's environment agree on. Morals are relative, that is, they differ in other societies; therefore, "right" and "wrong" are not absolute. They are only absolute for members of that certain society.

    Even mathematics is not necessarily absolute. Mathematics is a way of expressing our thoughts and interpreting them into a written language. People who think differently might not agree with us on some concepts in mathematics. That’s why mathematics is not absolute either.
    I don’t think that there is anything absolute in this world. Simply, because perception is relative. We process information in ways that can be different than how others process them. Isn’t that what neuro-diversity means? Don’t some of them suffer in learning mathematics, which was created and is taught by neurotypical people? Couldn’t it be that the reason for their suffering is that because they think differently? Isn’t that the same as saying that they do not agree on the concepts of mathematics that they do not understand? I think that this is very likely the case.

    (Most people say that "right" is absolute, and it is what their religions call for. But how many religions are there?)
     
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    Pats Well-Known Member V.I.P Member

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    Exactly! :)
     
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    tducey Well-Known Member

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    Why is the sky blue? If there's a New York where's Old york?
     
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  5. Aspychata

    Aspychata My Art Work

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    Why then do two wrongs not make a right?
     
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  6. SolarPoweredNightOwl

    SolarPoweredNightOwl Walking contradiction

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    Because two wrongs make a circle.
     
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  7. SusanLR

    SusanLR Well-Known Member

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    No absolutes. Just cultural or religious beliefs.
    The best you can do is think for yourself and not believe something just because that's how it was
    told to you from child up.
     
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    NothingToSeeHere Asexuowl V.I.P Member

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    If heavy things don't fall faster then why can't whales fly?

    Old York is in Old England, but since we're lazy we just call them York and England.
     
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    Is it because they are not aerodynamic and lack wings?

    However they could be carried in a special tank, and beamed up by Scottie to save the world in the future....
     
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    Mia Well-Known Member V.I.P Member

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    Made of special transparent aluminum: (AlN)x·(Al2O3)1-x, 0.30 ≤ x ≤ 0.37 Aluminium oxynitride :D:D:D
     
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    SusanLR Well-Known Member

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    One of my favourite original series movies!
     
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