posted on 09/16/2013 1:40:34 PM PDT
posted on 09/16/2013 1:43:08 PM PDT
(Help us, Nairobi-Wan Kenobi...you're our only hope.)
Im not sure why this is a paradox..anything that transitions from one state to another has a border that is passes through when it is both and neither..
posted on 09/16/2013 1:52:49 PM PDT
(Are we headed to a Cracker Slacker War?)
‘What is it about this world that forces us to navigate it with the help of such an abstract entity? wonders physicist Maximilian Schlosshauer of the University of Portland in Oregon...’
Search me. God made it that way; ask Him.
posted on 09/16/2013 2:01:01 PM PDT
by Jack Hammer
It is quite simple. We may know “this much” but not more. Period.
See my tag line,
posted on 09/16/2013 2:36:51 PM PDT
(...By reading this, you've collapsed my wave function. Thanks.)
posted on 09/16/2013 2:56:27 PM PDT
(If ya wanna run with the big dawgs - ya gotta learn to piss in the tall grass ...)
There can not be any paradoxes in nature. What appears to be a paradox is just humans’ imperfect understanding of the universe.
Mathematics definitely seem a part of God’s creation, which is one good reason for believing in Him.
posted on 09/16/2013 3:35:07 PM PDT
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posted on 09/16/2013 3:40:23 PM PDT
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