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Originally posted by Mabus
My Actualist Speech:
We are yet, basically, each quite yet the:
Present (implying gift)
Presence (only while others are yet noticablely an immediate vicinity; proximity)
^^And such for both an indefinately short and definitely short semicolon rather than period. Well, such is if you feel the difference indicating actually with seeing, say, the same thing yet while also seeing it different yet. Unlike a paradox the both, concerning moment, semi wise, don't conflict, but go with and for each other. 'Semi wise' is since moment encompasses total some yet which also includes any thing or any one which is yet contradictory. So moment is a semi-paradox until Present Matter Moment lets a non-contradictory actuality unleash for ITSELF utterly.
Make note: For no thing or one is a period implication. Last I checked, the last you finished a letter you keep escaping it becoming the last. Therefore there is no actual period with any thing or any one. The semicolon is so instead, though your mind might not yet grasp such the actuality.
[edit on 29-10-2008 by Mabus]
Originally posted by Loki
Secondly, you should try to reformulate your hypothesis. The words you sling together have no recognizable congruity. It is a word salad of the highest order. I cannot understand what you're trying to say.