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Posted by Phillip Martin on November 21, 2001 04:51:25 UTC

I believe that there is a formula to everything, a very very complex formula that gets more and more complex at an ever accelerating rate as time flows. It may have started as a simple vector addition problem.
We know small parts of the formula of everything, but are far from knowing it all. It is impossible to know it all, everything has an effect on an infinite amount of outcomes. According to a dirritive of the Heisenburg (something like that), you cannot know everything, because mearly knowing something effects the future. You can predict movement and actions of stuff in an isolated equation for a period of time, but it is all limited. The future is set, but we can only possibly make rough estimates to the outcome. We are just all bunches of mass, nothing more. Sometimes that makes me wish that I believed differently, or that I lived a thousand years ago, just so I wouldn't know... but I do so I'm going to have to get over it. Some people just don't know how good they have it.

Thanks for your time.

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