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  • 1. Science, Philosophy, etc. and Truth
    Science, Philosophy, etc. and Truth --------------- Allow me to summarize certain lines of reasoning relating to the definitions of science, philosophy, etc. so as to make the idea of truth more explicit. Science argues that certain things are true. Philosophy argues that certain things are true; we just can't tell which ones. Mysticism postulates that everything is true. Art just argues that truth is beauty and beauty truth; that is all ye know and all ye need to know. Mathematics argues that in the highly unlikely event that anything turns out to be true, they have dibs on it. Physics argues that they don't need no stinkin truth. Quantum theory maintains that quanta are discrete but that I shall never see a quantum pretty as a tree, or at all. Computationalism argues that truth returns a truth function of 1. Behaviorism argues that truth returns a truth function of 0. Regards - Lester
  • 2. History of noozgroops
    1990, Italiraq. Antonio Araffacche Mussafatti prays to the great AllahChrist, and the great AllahChrist tells him to get an Internet connection and reach out to the world. He meets an old wise man in the great village, a man with a long beard who has 16 cousins and 16 modems hooked to his IBM XT, a PC compatible computer, offering dialup access to the Internet. Amazing, this was just a decade ago, and now what happened to the world wide interbush?

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Postby Michael Olea » Tue, 22 May 2007 19:04:53 GMT

What makes a King out of a slave?

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What makes the flag on the mast to wave?

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What makes the elephant charge his tusk in the misty mist or the dusky dusk? 

{sub-,un-,altered-,}[xish]ness!

What makes the muskrat guard his musk?

{sub-,un-,altered-,}[xish]ness!

What makes the Sphinx the 7th Wonder? 

{sub-,un-,altered-,}[xish]ness!

What makes the dawn come up like THUNDER?!

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What makes the Hottentot so hot? 

{sub-,un-,altered-,}[xish]ness!

What puts the "ape" in ape-ricot?

{sub-,un-,altered-,}[xish]ness!

Whatta they got that I ain't got?

{sub-,un-,altered-,}[xish]ness!

* All mass terms sold by bulk, or in cans of Rosarita's Reified Beings. Stop
By! While away the hours, conversing with the flowers! (No explanatory
surrogates allowed on premises.)

 

Re: {sub-,un-,altered-,}[xish]ness

Postby Traveler » Tue, 22 May 2007 21:11:35 GMT

On Mon, 21 May 2007 10:04:53 +0000, Michael Olea < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >




ahahahaha... You sure got a lot of time on your hands, don't you Olea?
ahahahaha... And maybe a bit of autism thrown in the mix? ahahahaha...

Louis Savain

Why Software Is Bad and What We Can Do to Fix It:
 http://www.**--****.com/ 

Re: {sub-,un-,altered-,}[xish]ness

Postby J.A. Legris » Tue, 22 May 2007 21:54:37 GMT




When a man's an empty kettle,
He should be on his mettle.
And yet I'm torn apart.
Just because I'm presumin'
That I could be kind-a human,
If I only had a heart.



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