reply to post by Hal9000
Thanks. No apologies needed as it’s not your faith that’s in question but rather the meaningless human society that we live in.
Unfortunately, the glass does not contain beer or water. I leave the rest for you to contemplate.
IRAN will retaliate against the closest ally the US has in that region and for many other reason as well. I don’t think they have a nuke but would
you tell your adversary or potential adversary what your best strengths are? Probably not, unless you want a fair fight and have no winner at all. But
I think that IRANS 11,000 Missiles could do an equal amount of damage to ISRAEL, Remember that IRAN will not use a nuke against all of ISRAEL as its
views are very sympathetic to the Palestinian people and their cause. The possible radio active fall out would deem impacted areas of ISRAEL and
Palestine a no mans zone (worst case scenario, depends on the amount of uranium / plutonium used and the grade of each element). This could also mean
that the current Palestinians would not be able to inhabit the current cities of ISRAEL for quite some time. However, this does not stop the current
IRANINAN regime from deeming the Palestinians causalities for a noble cause for the fight against INFADELS (ONLY Iran’s regime) The current regime
is very incoherent in their views and past aggressions on their own people. IRAN could have easily purchased nukes from Russia or Pakistan.
There is nothing funny about what I wrote (the puzzle as you would like to refer to it), only the fact that when in correlation to other such
behaviour on the internet, it could have been any kind of prophecy and still be funny because it follows the same pattern of many just posting
something and then waiting to see what everyone would reply.
I assure you that what was written and the contents of the puzzle are not humorous in any fashion at all.
As for your puzzle or shall we call it a psychoanalytical question:
“To be or not to be? That is the question”
Originally written by Shakespeare in a play called Hamlet… This has always been brought up by many including physiologists but let’s really look
at it in a logical fashion shall we.
This was written in Hamlet revolving around violence and revenge. Surely this could be ascertained to the best of anyone’s ability to place it in
its original context, which is to say that it reflects ones man’s self doubt and no apparent reason to carry out a task of vengeance when he himself
is no better.
I have no such reasons for asking or answering such questions because I’m simply not contemplating what it is that I should be doing or not doing.
We can all decide what is and what isn’t, referring to society based on proof positive facts. Again, in attempting to answer that question it leads
on to contemplate on too many things at the same time and causing the person attempting to respond to a question to lose track the main important
However, this isn’t the time for psychological debate or even a philosophical debate
If you’re just looking for a simple answer to that question then this should suffice.
“It can be only once you have acted upon it, and it cannot be if you have never acted upon it. That is the answer.” Creo Coactum