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Which Of These 20 Statements Is (are) False?

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Posted by Paul R. Martin on June 18, 2001 20:43:37 UTC

1. Thought happens.
2. A thinker is one who has thoughts.
3. A thinker can produce thoughts by imagination.
4. Thoughts can change.
5. Time elapses as thoughts change.
6. A thinker can know some thoughts that have happened.
7. A thinker can imagine past and future patterns of thoughts (i.e. remember and predict).
8. A thinker can imagine symbols representing some thoughts.
9. Words can be assigned to some thoughts.
10. A thinker can imagine symbols, definitions, and axioms of mathematics.
11. A thinker can deduce theorems of mathematics from definitions and axioms.
12. A thinker can deduce laws of physics from mathematics.
13. A thinker can imagine initial conditions for a set of numbers.
14. A thinker can imagine the evolution of that set of numbers from laws of physics.
15. A thinker can influence that evolution by imagining specific "random" quantum interactions.
16. A thinker cannot know the origin of the thinker.
17. The origin of the thinker can be the subject of thought even though it is unknown.
18. A thinker can assign the term G.O.D. to the unknown origin of the thinker.
19. A thinker can think about the implications of this list of statements.
20. A thinker can speculate about the nature of G.O.D.

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