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I Have Came To The Conclusion That...

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Posted by Phillip Martin on October 18, 2002 00:15:15 UTC

... we will know nothing until we know everything. And that nothing can know everything, with the exception of everything. Nothing is infinite, that is to say that everything is finite, with the exception of nothing, which may or may not be nothing. To all questions there is at least one exact answer, and for all answers there is at least one question.

What are your thoughts about that?

Warm Regards,

Phillip Martin

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