Do you mean that all the time there's nothing happening (somewhere) or that nothing can happen for all the time?
Or that everything you think is happening, isn;t because nothing ever actually happens?:bugeye:
Do you mean that all the time there's nothing happening (somewhere) or that nothing can happen for all the time?
If you can't "prove" it can't be done, then it is possible, and it is impossible to prove a negative, so everything is possible (except, of course, proving a negative - because there is always one exception to every rule!).
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If you can't "prove" it can't be done, then it is possible, and it is impossible to prove a negative, so everything is possible (except, of course, proving a negative - because there is always one exception to every rule!).
Everything is possible some way.If nothing is impossible, then everything is possible. If everything is possible, then there are no rules or laws or boundaries or limits. I think that this is an important concept for modern scientists to consider, if we want to get to the next stage in human evolution.
Everything is possible some way.
This statement "nothing is impossible" makes no sense...if nothing is impossible then it's impossible for something to be impossible.....if its impossible for something to be impossible then it can't be true that nothing is impossible...
Nope, sorry to say, I haven't.Ever read Gödel?
Yeah. :shrug: I found him impossible.Ever read Gödel?
:roflmao:Yeah. :shrug: I found him impossible.
I find that Götel is very frequently an answer to my posts (at least as I look at it now...) (i'm drunk soryr)."For any consistent formal, computably enumerable theory that proves basic arithmetical truths, an arithmetical statement that is true but not provable in the theory can be constructed. That is, any effectively generated theory capable of expressing elementary arithmetic cannot be both consistent and complete."
From Wiki. (For the simple answer)
Gödel proved that some things are impossible.
I find that Götel is very frequently an answer to my posts (at least as I look at it now...) (i'm drunk soryr)."For any consistent formal, computably enumerable theory that proves basic arithmetical truths, an arithmetical statement that is true but not provable in the theory can be constructed. That is, any effectively generated theory capable of expressing elementary arithmetic cannot be both consistent and complete."
From Wiki. (For the simple answer)
Gödel proved that some things are impossible.
I don't think he actually PROVED without a glance that there can be any impossible...
Well, the only reason I can think of if something is impossible would be if the conditions to make it possible are wrong! But then it is still possible given the right conditions.You don't think he proved it?
You've read him?
Nah...