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    Hello folks!
    Reading the philosophy forums on the internet for some time, i've come to the point that philosophy is running out of questions.
    I on myself am running out of questions, too.
    I want to state some of the philosophy points i've come across.
    1. Everything is space, energy(even matter) and time
    2. Energy configured into different forms, either natural(stars, planets, gases, even dark matter), or configured by a lifeform(human created tools, all of the things we've created)
    3. Every human made thought is explainable and the goal of science is to explain all the configured energy that human's have not created
    4. i am atheist, so there is no higher goal to me but to survive(bodily functions, health, food, shelter) and to satisfy my emotional center(Love, passion, best stimuli of the senses(music, arts, food, feeling of a woman)) and of course reproduction
    5. Tough i am atheist i've created a so called ultrakomplex god's eys view to the universe(knowing enough about physics, chemistry, biology(genetics), psychology, and of course philosophy) to have a model of thinking that can explain the logical exisiting or at least on the way with intelligence to explain with scientists the last open questions

    From my personal note the philosophy forums are loosing themselfes somehow in the komplexity of human generatable thought, i know neuroscience enough to know that thoughts are generated in the mind out of the stimuli that i have percepted throughout lifetime by experience.
    My own limit of thinking is reached when you understand perfectly the points of view i've written above.
    Help me out if i've missed an obvious field of thinking, as i am getting bored already, still seeking most practical knowledge out of philosophy.
    Thx a lot for each constructive reply.


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    Can you clarify what your reaction will be to unhelpful replies please?


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    Can you ever really run out of questions in philosophy? I'm not so sure.

    I think the more we learn, the more we learn there is to learn! So there is always something new to discuss.

    But here's a question that philosophy have been debating since time in memorial and will continue on so, 'Where does original thought come from?', philosophy can never run out questions whilst there are still questions that are impossible to answer.
    Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it. - confucius
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    Quote Originally Posted by mindpower View Post
    Reading the philosophy forums on the internet for some time, i've come to the point that philosophy is running out of questions.
    Does a bible run out of interpretations?
    All that belongs to human understanding, in this deep ignorance and obscurity, is to be skeptical, or at least cautious; and not to admit of any hypothesis, whatsoever; much less, of any which is supported by no appearance of probability...Hume
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