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Casey Christofaris

Owner, CS3 Inc

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How do we prove an answer

that it How do we prove an answer


I just want to clarify that I do love science and the understanding of the universe that it has brought us. As well as the tech

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    Feb 4 2013: To yourself, by accepting it as the truth. To others, by presenting it as their truth.
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      Feb 4 2013: I accept as truth that you are wrong. Does that make you wrong?
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      Feb 4 2013: Truth is a matter of perception. Not right and wrong
      • Feb 5 2013: Something is either true or false, even if we cannot prove it either way. How you view things, and how you feel about things has absolutely no bearing on the truth of the matter. Unless, of course, the matter in question is how you are feeling at a given moment.
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          Feb 5 2013: but could words ever truly represent a feeling no matter how much poetic verbiage you use.

          No one could ever write or take a picture or paint a picture the would ever do justice to actually going and seeing the grand canyon for your self.
      • Mar 2 2013: "Truth is a matter of perception. Not right and wrong"

        Ouch! Look, if that's what you really believe, then for you no "answer" can ever be proven. Clearly, my dear, you do not love truth, just BSing.

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