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Philosophy. Physics. Comic Books. Existentialism.

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Philosophy. Physics. Comic Books. Existentialism.
October 08, 2015 07:50PM
Time is itself not above the colloquial God; rather, these two are one and the same thing--and not "thing" as quantified by a three dimensional corporeal perception; however, for a colloquial and argumentative sake it will suffice. Otherwise finite methods for understanding the infinite opus around us such as language, therefore what I am typing, would be tantamount to... nothing. With this assumption; of life and death: they are purely inverts, far distant from being utter opposites of one another. The mystery lies not in what life and death are, but in whether they are the becoming of those who face the threshold. In this, the genesis of good and evil as we corporals quantify them to be with such words is seeded. To employ various theodicies, evil is mathematically discernible to the relation that darkness is simply the absence of light; evil is therefore the absence of good. Then evil is nothingness, what Existence was before matter was introduced, before we were introduced. Where did this matter suddenly come from? Nothingness, because nothingness is somethingness. At that, the hypothesis of "absences" nulls because it assumes things are separate--they are not, they are inherently one.
Re: Philosophy. Physics. Comic Books. Existentialism.
October 09, 2015 07:19PM
First prize for post of the day on wordsalad.com.
Re: Philosophy. Physics. Comic Books. Existentialism.
October 10, 2015 06:18AM
Well who can argue with that?
Re: Philosophy. Physics. Comic Books. Existentialism.
October 10, 2015 07:12AM
The guy has a good handle - I'll give him that.
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