Originally Posted by almightywood
I don't like to disprove anything because once it has been done, then I am at the point where I know nothing of the subject, whereas before I knew of a possibility on the matter. My knowledge has decreased as opposed to the reverse.
The more possibilities I am acknowledging, the greater the likelihood that the truth is among them. After all, even something that has been "disproven" can end up being the truth once more information has been revealed.
Oh, I totally get this. It happens all the time in math. When I was like four, I was sitting around and came across this on a page:
1 + 1 =
I was like, "holy poop, what does that equal?!" and a door of endless possibility was open to me. I literally spent days going "1 + 1 = banana" and "1 + 1 = the square root of the hypotenuse" or "1 + 1 = why women can't drive". It was awesome. A plaything in my hands which made me feel godlike.
Then, my loser father came along and taught me "1 + 1 = 2" and from there on in, my knowledge was completely limited what with only one option for the answer to "1 + 1 =". I was SO much stupider after that day.
I mean, who cares about knowing truth and reality when you could KNOW. SO. MUCH. MORE.
who is this douche?
Oh, and I'm just going to post this again, because I don't think those it was directed at got it:
Originally Posted by ACt
But gaiz - I totally heard the Us government plants a computer chip in every baby born. The nurses totally do it when they take the baby from the mother to bath when everyone's back is turned. It's so small you can't pick it up with x-rays!! They use it to track our every movement and see what we buy and read and learn and shit.
That's why it is the Us government - they are watching us!!!
I know this because A) computer chips exist. B) governments exist. C) nurses exist. D) babies exist. E) x-rays exist.
Totally plausible theory that we all believe.