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Without A Doubt

January 23, 2020

Beliefs are 100%

Absolutely unprovable

That’s why they

Are called beliefs

Merely conjecture

Based on suppositions

Ignoring inference

That support

Evidence and conclusion

Like building a house

On a solid foundation

Of concrete and rebar

Instead of quicksand

Near a floodplain

During a hurricane

If you believe that the sun is not going to come out tomorrow and it does not, not only will it be too dark to prove it.


Anybody you find will be to freaked out to listen to you trying to prove your belief was correct.

If you believe the sun will come out tomorrow and it does, it still does not prove your belief either, as it is established as a pattern of reality.


However, the notion that the sun will come out tomorrow is false in and of itself. Unless it is only considered from a geocentric perspective.


Still that too is untrue, we just do not have a simplistic way to describe that the mere rotation of the planet gives its inhabitants the illusion that the sun “rises” in the east and “sets” in the west.

Cause everyone is too busy trying to substantiate their beliefs hoping that they will be believed to validate their fevered ego and existence.

Since a heliocentric perspective is too scary, that perhaps the world doesn’t revolve around them.

You know, heliocentric, where the “sun” our closest, yet very distant star is just there.


Floating magically in space surrounded by eight nine or so planets in its orbit. In the outer bands of an even larger orbit of a black hole at the center of the Milky Way.  Surrounded by other galaxies with similar systems.

Of course, I can’t prove it, must be something I believe.

From → humor, Paradox, random

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