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Posted by Jimmy Of York on December 10, 1999 01:26:35 UTC
: We speak word 'gravity'?
: We say; : Gravity keeps planets together. : Gravity keeps us at earth-surface.
: I ask; : What is 'gravity'?
: It is easy to say, 'gravity keeps planets together'.
: I ask;
: What keeps planets together?
: It is easy to name, 'pagity keeps planets together'.
: I ask; : What is 'pagity'.
: We use 'words', like, 'words tell us', how life, everythign is, or exist.
: What word gravity 'says'? : Nothing like example word 'pagity'.
: : I ask; : What is that, which keeps planets together?
: Is is some kind of matter 'things', dust, light, electricity, rotation, etc, and we have named it, 'gravity'?
: I ask; : How matter 'things' know to keep planets together? : Why matter 'things' keeps planets together?
: : Why we want to name things, and then we say, WE KNOW.?
: What we know?
: We dont know, what is 'gravity'?
: What is in that word?
Hmmmm... i just think that before you make statements about language, you should learn how to use it because your message really confused me... not the point, but the terrible grammar.....
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