Newton + Einstein were wrong!

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    It was sang-drax.

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    While I agree with clyde on some points I disagree with him on others. I will leave it at that since this discussion has seemed to loop towards one that seems unresolveable and has seemed to even create quite a stir involving people that were not even originally part of the discussion.

    I will however, If anyone wants, to continue to discuss this or any other pertanent topic via PM.

    It was nice debating with you Clyde, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I hope perhaps we can perhaps finish the discussion sometime (for the sake of knowledge), and hopefully I can at least convince you that Philosophy is not only useful but very fun!
    if a contradiction was contradicted would that contradition contradict the origional crontradiction?

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    ...that were not even originally part of the discussion.
    ...hence the term public forums

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    It was nice debating with you Clyde, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I hope perhaps we can perhaps finish the discussion sometime (for the sake of knowledge)
    Likewise.

    and hopefully I can at least convince you that Philosophy is not only useful but very fun!
    Heh, well bits of philosophy i like, but other bits...

    Bubba:

    I thought your posts were intelligently written, and stimulating.

    Still, if you discuss religion/evolution/politics/ethics someone will invariably dislike what you have to say, it just comes with territory. You gotta take in your stride and not let it stop you from discussing these topics.
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    I might read that text if you would have told me what it contained.

    Did you perhaps mean the 'teleporting' of atoms?
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