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Old 02-07-2012, 07:03 PM   #500
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Re: Us government's trick to violate civil liberties

Shit. C'mon, can we stop this? AW literally said possibilities are things with no proof or an unknown (don't bother defining the word "possible") and that probabilities can't act as proof because they are 100% truth.

The guy doesn't believe anything is true by those very standards, except his own truth I suppose, which I think he's claming are possibilities and thus not subject to proof because he doesn't think possibilities have evidence, and anything we bring up can't be true because few things have 100% proof for them.

Can you get any more ambiguous, vague, pseudo-intellectual bullshit in there? I suppose you don't believe in matter because subatomic particles are all measure in probabilities, huh?
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