Originally posted by RFBurns
To some, truth as it is preceived now cannot be changed no matter what. And to others, the truth could be changed if the new truth clearly shows that the previous truth is either flawed or incomplete.
For example...the missing chapters and books from the Bible. Now to most the current content of the Bible is the absolute truth, no exceptions.
However to others, the missing pieces tell them that the truth is incomplete, thus truth must contain more than what others see as complete truth
, thus that truth can..and from my point of view, must change to have a complete truth. And at that point would be changed.
Originally posted by WEOPPOSEDECEPTION
Who wants to know?
Originally posted by RuneSpider
Well, so far 2 and 2 has always equaled four.
Apples continuosly fall from trees,
and pricipels based on that beginners bit of knowledge have enabled us to plan and launch missions that reach the outer most parts of our solar system.
Generally speaking, I'm pretty sure if you unplug you're comptuer you wil not be able to access the internet, unless you're on a laptop, in which removing your battery will amount to the same thing.
I'm certain that at some point I will die, though what exactly happens afterwords is a matter of some debate, though I'm fairly certain I won't be able to comment on any of my findings after the fact.
Originally posted by TheMayMelancholies
It's human nature to want the impossible.
Originally posted by baseball101
because logically it's quite impossible,
humans will never fully possibly know everything it's not possible ... i mean i guess it technically is ... but the world will most likely have ended way before people would have theoretically been able to achieve omnipotence ...
you could bring religion into this if you want in the sense that people will never be able to know everything because God will not allow it ... but i don't want to turn this into a religious thread...