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Posted by Alan on September 2, 2002 07:59:56 UTC

So what is "certainty"? A jail?

God doesn't seem too keen on avoidable constraints.

If you are "certain about something" what does that mean?

That you are certain that "this pattern 'a' matches with that pattern 'b'"?

Can one be certain OF something? Or just certain WITH something? Certainty may be living, alive; creating.

"I am certain of 'a' " is that double definition?

Why not: discard :"certain" and just say: I + a.

Did Jesus say "May they be one, as You and I are One"?

"certain of?" or simply the word "with"?

Are 'certainty' and 'uncertainty' doublespeak?

Just need the word "with"?

If I say "I am with the Loch Ness monster". You might ask "are you certain?"

I might say: "I am with the Loch Ness monster".



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