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Posted by Alan on November 14, 2003 13:23:15 UTC

Interesting quote:

"That's just a linguistic trick, finding out if something is true is impossible."

The idea: "if something is true" supposes a linear time sequence. But if time is all present; you live in truth.

As a newborn baby I was aware of a state of being where "my future is not known, but feels as if it is already known" Such a state is a truth state. In fact: there is only truth; what exists is what is true.

If you are fully conscious, you are aware of logical possibility space.

Are you certain it is impossible to know if anything is true? How do you know?

-dolphin


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