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I'm Quite Sure That I'm Not Sure

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Posted by Aurino Souza on May 1, 2003 19:44:29 UTC

" I did not intend to suggest the universe is ambiguous. "

I wasn't sure you did.

I just think it's impossible to find a proof that the universe is not ambiguous. If an assertion cannot possibly be proven false, that means it's true.

Someone might object that the opposite is also the case, that it's impossible to find a proof that the universe is ambiguous. That is a self-defeating argument though. The ambiguity of the universe is a self-evident fact.

But I don't expect a lot of people to agree with me. Which is my whole point!

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