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Date Signed Up:8/06/2010
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#306 - Aren't molocules perfect circles? Or sphere's in this instance?  [+] (1 reply) 01/09/2012 on I want to slap religious... 0
#311 - murlock (01/09/2012) [-]
not perfect. even the earth, which is round due to 'gravity' is not perfectly round. Afterall, atoms are a nucleus (which is composed of neutrons and protons) and are surrounded by electrons in a rather hectic random pattern.
#293 - Infinite is a big number  [+] (3 replies) 01/09/2012 on I want to slap religious... 0
#304 - murlock (01/09/2012) [-]
which is why one cannot prove anything that one simply observes.

Absolute truths are things we create, like geometry, where the two sides of a triangle must be bigger than the other when combined. Things like the concept of a circle, which are not existent in real life. (I'm talking about the perfect, perfect circle)

Also, the absolute truth of BEING. Meaning to even think about anything, that must mean that I exist. Which is where Descartes' saying came from. I think, therefore I am.
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#306 - Alligator (01/09/2012) [-]
Aren't molocules perfect circles? Or sphere's in this instance?
#311 - murlock (01/09/2012) [-]
not perfect. even the earth, which is round due to 'gravity' is not perfectly round. Afterall, atoms are a nucleus (which is composed of neutrons and protons) and are surrounded by electrons in a rather hectic random pattern.
#287 - Comment deleted  [+] (5 replies) 01/09/2012 on I want to slap religious... 0
#291 - murlock (01/09/2012) [-]
Okay, then HOW did people come by discovering gravity?

They looked at how everything falls downwards right?

Okay, so they looked at it falling down consistently enough to say that this must be a recurring event that is most likely the truth. However, how many times did a person see something fall? And how many times of observing the same action is enough to prove an observation true? 100 times? 9999999 times? that number is more close to infinite.


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#293 - Alligator (01/09/2012) [-]
Infinite is a big number
#304 - murlock (01/09/2012) [-]
which is why one cannot prove anything that one simply observes.

Absolute truths are things we create, like geometry, where the two sides of a triangle must be bigger than the other when combined. Things like the concept of a circle, which are not existent in real life. (I'm talking about the perfect, perfect circle)

Also, the absolute truth of BEING. Meaning to even think about anything, that must mean that I exist. Which is where Descartes' saying came from. I think, therefore I am.
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#306 - Alligator (01/09/2012) [-]
Aren't molocules perfect circles? Or sphere's in this instance?
#311 - murlock (01/09/2012) [-]
not perfect. even the earth, which is round due to 'gravity' is not perfectly round. Afterall, atoms are a nucleus (which is composed of neutrons and protons) and are surrounded by electrons in a rather hectic random pattern.
#59 - 2x+y+7=24 x=7 Find y. THAT, is simple algebra.  [+] (5 replies) 12/19/2011 on Reasons you still use algebra 0
#66 - anon (12/19/2011) [-]
i dont get it. why havnt you declared a variable for y.
#64 - goodspiceoff (12/19/2011) [-]
lol jk y = 3
#63 - anon (12/19/2011) [-]
y=13.5
#65 - goodspiceoff (12/19/2011) [-]
how the fuck did you get that?
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#439 - Picture 12/03/2011 on hot teacher +6
#156 - this is mine http://www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/…  [+] (1 reply) 12/01/2011 on Chocolate +2
#167 - CopiousConcept (12/01/2011) [-]
Thanks, OP.
#154 - Y U NO GIVE ME CREDIT! I made my account in June of 20…  [+] (4 replies) 12/01/2011 on Chocolate +12
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#205 - darkfuzion (12/01/2011) [-]
What going back in time thing?
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#269 - ttritt (12/02/2011) [-]
You must be new here
durring the summer of 2010 there was a random roll back of FJ that took it back to may
many accounts got deleted
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#270 - darkfuzion (12/02/2011) [-]
Oh wow, also I joined in March, about the time the Retoast thing was removed (I saw alot of people asking where it was when I joined)
#194 - flashcache (12/01/2011) [-]
Yup, your story checks out.
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