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  1. #1 No sense at all... 
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    Hello,

    [I got help from a translator to write this.. sorry about that]

    The more i think, the less sense to the things i find...

    Especially in the search for a set of laws that explain the behavior of the entire or known Universe. For example, if our own mind is an event that occurs within the Universe, then those laws, doing some math, should explain why we were trying to find them; assuming we do .. then why took the time that it took; why am i writing this; or even why my cat just slept with the head pointing to the north and not south or whatever ._.

    Seriously think about finding that?

    If love the concept of the infinite.. that all started from a infinitely dense singularity that today expands indefinitely.. then why not think that there are infinitely different events out there, so infinitely laws would be needed to understand the hole thing (kinda not possible xD). That would be maybe a concep of luck, chance or "things that just happen".

    I mean, maybe, the more things we know, at the same time, there are more things to be dicovered... like trying to scape from our own shadow (althrough many can justify that it's possible somehow xD)

    Anyway, i belive that just the tenacity of the man and his greed to understand the world that he sees justifies the absurd search of the "truth".

    Or am i confusing the things? Help me to recover the Hope xD

    Cya!


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    More discoveries does bring more questions. The thing is, we didn't know what those questions were before said discovery. So more questions is a move forward. To know what to ask matters a lot.


    It is by will alone I set my mind in motion.
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    We've only had a bout 3.5 billion years to develop a conscious, enquiring intelligence from scratch. I think it's early days in the quest for knowledge, so confusion and uncertainty are normal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyMouse__ View Post

    If love the concept of the infinite..
    No!!!, I hate that concept with a passion and am far from convinced it is even remotely possible, as yet I've see seen no concrete evidence that infinity is possible in relation to anything, at best it's an abstract concept with no scientific evidence to support it.
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    I'm not sure what the topic of this thread is about, but it isn't physics. Moved.
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    This topic is the weridest one I have witnessed... I am getting a headache.
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    In a simple language;
    Determinism isn't True!
    Determinism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    I dont think thats a translator
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