Originally posted by Sly1one
Every time I see some "working toward my XXX PhD" come in here and lay total devastation to a thread based on their infinite knowledge on the
"topic" I just have to and
So seriously before the next soon to be PHD comes on about how anything outside the box of their well taught college education is a fairy tale...just
admit, you don't know jack...you are simply pretending to know...as is everyone.
To be completely honest, I may be "working toward my PhD", but I will probably never get it. Why? Because I don't accept much of what Quantum
Mechanics (my focus) teaches. I do think outside the box, but only when there's reason enough to do so. We can't throw away established physics just
because it suits our agendas and fantasies. Of course, we also can't hold to them blindly, but we need a reason to consider that our "laws" may be
Where would we be if everyone was free to write their own reality? We would be in a chaotic society with no rhyme or reason... where everything is
possible and nothing is refutable. The illogical makes perfect sense and the logical is merely a cage for small minds. What allows a world like this
The way the logical world works is, it goes from A to B to C to D, and so on.
The way an illogical world would work would be, going from A to 3 to Z to & to an unpronounceable symbol formerly known as the artist Prince.
If this were the way of the world, we would be a species with no aim, because no one could work together. There needs to be cohesion and logic,
otherwise we're left a broken society with nothing to trust in. With nothing to trust, even just temporarily, how could we have enough faith in our
knowledge to move forward?
Who's to say that the illogical will lead to truth and not away from it?
With the illogical, there is an infinite number of roads. One might lead immediately to truth, but the rest lead away from it, and what are the
chances of finding that one road?
With the logical, there is only one road. It has many turns, but it always leads to truth. Eventually. Or, at least, as close to truth as the human
species can ever possibly get.
You can live life believing whatever you want, but, as Barry McGuire said, "I can't twist the truth. It knows no regulation." And, personally, I am
much more interested in the single truth than in infinite fantasies.