Ok, that leaves it all open to any one to jump in huh.
In my opinion, all we know, is that we don't know any thing. Those who don't know, that they don't know every thing, will soon hit bottom and
realize they knew nothing, about what they thought they knew.
The point I was going to make originally was that uncertainty must eventually lead to certainty, a contradiction in itself. To understand what we know
about everything we must first understand that everything is uncertain.
The uncertain nature of the uncertainty is in itself certainly uncertain.
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