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07-10-2015, 12:44 PM
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So I was running threw the internet Fact checking myself. I was looking for who started the quote "The first step in understanding, is admitting you know nothing." I want to say it Socrates, but I got sidetracked. That's when I fell upon this in Yahoo answers.

Quote:Is true knowledge knowing that you know nothing or is true knowledge knowing that you know everything?

The number one response out of 20+ comments.

Quote: Best Answer: When I was 15, I received a revelation from God. The number 0 the letter o and the circle O were all the same thing. When I would explain this to people they didn't get it and thought I was a lunatic. I had no idea how to explain to anyone what it meant, and so very clearly I knew everything and nothing at the same time.

If I were to explain to you that O represent the universe as a whole, and o represents any given part of it, and that 0 represents non-existent but functionally participatory potential (such as potential particles in the workings of the quantum physics description of the electron.)

This means that every component of the universe is a REPLICA of the whole universe (to see more about this, search: Mandelbrot Sets, Recessive Wallpapering and Complexity Theory.) It also means that the void part of the universe (potential) determines the ACTUAL parts of the universe, and that things that really are are imaginary ALSO.

This means that anything is everything and nothing at the same time!

No wonder nobody could understand me.

So look at anything in front of you. Know that and you know everything AND nothing.

I'm feeling WOOzie.

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07-10-2015, 01:02 PM
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(07-10-2015 12:44 PM)Commonsensei Wrote:  So I was running threw the internet Fact checking myself. I was looking for who started the quote "The first step in understanding, is admitting you know nothing." I want to say it Socrates, but I got sidetracked. That's when I fell upon this in Yahoo answers.

Quote:Is true knowledge knowing that you know nothing or is true knowledge knowing that you know everything?

The number one response out of 20+ comments.

Quote: Best Answer: When I was 15, I received a revelation from God. The number 0 the letter o and the circle O were all the same thing. When I would explain this to people they didn't get it and thought I was a lunatic. I had no idea how to explain to anyone what it meant, and so very clearly I knew everything and nothing at the same time.

If I were to explain to you that O represent the universe as a whole, and o represents any given part of it, and that 0 represents non-existent but functionally participatory potential (such as potential particles in the workings of the quantum physics description of the electron.)

This means that every component of the universe is a REPLICA of the whole universe (to see more about this, search: Mandelbrot Sets, Recessive Wallpapering and Complexity Theory.) It also means that the void part of the universe (potential) determines the ACTUAL parts of the universe, and that things that really are are imaginary ALSO.

This means that anything is everything and nothing at the same time!

No wonder nobody could understand me.

So look at anything in front of you. Know that and you know everything AND nothing.

I'm feeling WOOzie.

Me too..

And I think that dude's been to our forum.


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07-10-2015, 02:27 PM
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(07-10-2015 12:44 PM)Commonsensei Wrote:  So I was running threw the internet Fact checking myself. I was looking for who started the quote "The first step in understanding, is admitting you know nothing." I want to say it Socrates, but I got sidetracked. That's when I fell upon this in Yahoo answers.

Quote:Is true knowledge knowing that you know nothing or is true knowledge knowing that you know everything?

The number one response out of 20+ comments.

Quote: Best Answer: When I was 15, I received a revelation from God. The number 0 the letter o and the circle O were all the same thing. When I would explain this to people they didn't get it and thought I was a lunatic. I had no idea how to explain to anyone what it meant, and so very clearly I knew everything and nothing at the same time.

If I were to explain to you that O represent the universe as a whole, and o represents any given part of it, and that 0 represents non-existent but functionally participatory potential (such as potential particles in the workings of the quantum physics description of the electron.)

This means that every component of the universe is a REPLICA of the whole universe (to see more about this, search: Mandelbrot Sets, Recessive Wallpapering and Complexity Theory.) It also means that the void part of the universe (potential) determines the ACTUAL parts of the universe, and that things that really are are imaginary ALSO.

This means that anything is everything and nothing at the same time!

No wonder nobody could understand me.

So look at anything in front of you. Know that and you know everything AND nothing.

I'm feeling WOOzie.

But 0 is representative of nothing, or a lack of any given thing; it cannot act as a numerical representation of anything which is participatory, as that which is, is existent and must be defined by a positive integer.

I may be incorrect, but I believe the gentleman's thinking to be flawed.

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07-10-2015, 02:33 PM
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(07-10-2015 02:27 PM)Free Thought Wrote:  I may be incorrect, but I believe the gentleman's thinking to be flawed.

Ya think?

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07-10-2015, 02:49 PM
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WOOO!


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07-10-2015, 02:56 PM
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Ether that or his god is fucking with him.

It sounds like he's trying to put the connection of the shape. O=O=O

But if used different alphabets

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Or maybe a different number system.

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His whole premises is ridiculous. I just can't get over that is the best response to the question.

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07-10-2015, 02:59 PM
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(07-10-2015 02:33 PM)morondog Wrote:  
(07-10-2015 02:27 PM)Free Thought Wrote:  I may be incorrect, but I believe the gentleman's thinking to be flawed.

Ya think?

Just a hunch.

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07-10-2015, 03:07 PM
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Faulty analogy? Finding similarities between things that have nothing in common. I hope he doesn't watch that show ancient aliens. He'll be hooked. That guy with the crazy hair can make anything in to an alien.
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07-10-2015, 07:39 PM
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(07-10-2015 03:07 PM)OceanTherapist Wrote:  . That guy with the crazy hair can make anything in to an alien.

No kidding.



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08-10-2015, 11:21 AM
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(07-10-2015 02:56 PM)Commonsensei Wrote:  It sounds like he's trying to put the connection of the shape. O=O=O

Ozone? Seriously though, this reads like it came from a book by Deepak.

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