"Probably because you *CAN'T* (cute little asterisks) answer the question without making yourself look like a fool."
Almost certainly, I would think....
Because instead of just answering my question, you have just distracted from it further.
Thank you for clarifying that for me. Since you, yourself, have made that statement, I now know the truth.
But didn't you say that Belief and Perception creates reality?
By that logic, you must take everything I say as truth, because BY YOUR LOGIC, it is automatically.
Why are we even still arguing this point?
I am right no matter which of our arguments is valid.
You say yes, I say no. It's all opinion now, in regards to practical use (let's not get semantic again, please). That's just how you perceive reality, is all.
It doesn't matter how you perceive reality..... reality exists BEYOND your perceptions of it.
It doesn't matter whether you believe this or not, it is undeniably true.
Reality is *REAL*, it is not a figment of your perceptions, it EXISTS DESPITE YOUR OBSERVATIONS.
Prove it. =D
How did the first life-form come into existence, if there was no Perception (Concious or subconscious) to perceive it into existence?
Of course, your conscious mind isn't aware of that thought. Usually it becomes subconsciously habitual. As for what was the first perception that resulted in the very first toe-stub. I haven't a clue.
Then why are you arguing the point as if you do?
Because I made the argument
You walked into that one yourself.
You have a vey bad habit of putting words in people's mouth.
And that is merely a fabrication on your part.
How did the first life form come into existence, if there was no SUB-concious mind to "Deus Ex Machina" them into existence?
How am I suppose to know that? That is an extreeeeeeeemely vague question that cold result in many variable answers, none of which I would know any way.
That's because you *CAN'T* answer the question, because the premise itself is Provably Untrue, as I have demonstrated.
In order for the first subconscious mind capable of perception to come into existence, it would have to have been PERCEIVED into existence by a previous subconscious (or concious) mind.
this is an example of Circular cause and consequence – where the consequence of the phenomenon is claimed to be its root cause:
That is essentially asking the ultimate "Big Bang" question.
Hey, it's your proposition, all I am asking is that you defend it.
Any way, was fun. Goodnight.
You think we are done?
Awwww... that's so cute...
Also, wow haha. I love how rational you are. (more sarcasm).
"Propagandists". Really? Really?!
I kind of feel bad for arguing with you now...
Why, because I am trouncing your argument, and exposing you as a fraud?
edit on 17-1-2012 by ErtaiNaGia because: (no reason given)