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Posted by Aurino Souza on November 14, 2003 15:09:38 UTC

Except for the newborn baby mumbo-jumbo, great post. These bear repeating:

there is only truth; what exists is what is true.

Which means we don't need science to know what is true, all we need is a good pair of eyes.

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

Isn't it quite ironic that those people who claim there is no absolute truth, always do so in such an absolute manner. I always get a kick out of reading it.

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