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How do you prove anything?!!


My conclusion is that NOTHING is really factual or true. NOTHING can be completely proven.......But what say you?

 

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    Lela (Austinstar) 2 years ago

    Actually, that's a pretty good answer! But experiencing a scientifically reliable eclipse event is not quite the same as experiencing a subjective experience.


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    Dwight Phoenix 2 years ago

    Hello dashingscorpio.....I like how you began; using the concept of individuals first agreeing on an idea before it can be considered as true. But then again what's true for one group is false for the other. And yet facts continue to change with time


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    dashingscorpio 2 years ago

    Excellent answer and very well presented too!


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    Lela (Austinstar) 2 years ago

    The old "science is flawed" argument for god, eh? Remember when you believed in Santa Claus? Then you grew up and could no longer find evidence for SC? It's the same for god, we just can't find the evidence for a god. Who, What, When, Where is it?


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