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Jul
17
comment Is “certainly possible” an oxymoron?
Due to the apparent need for principicals such as but not limited to 'Uncertainty' nothing is definite or certain beyond the point of which such principals are controlling aspects of the environment of a system. This system may also experience change with or without respect to time or another mechanism such as but not limited to gravity. E.g. technically the universe is perpetual in some aspects but not in others, the same can be said about the forces which govern and make up the universe.
Jul
16
comment Is “certainly possible” an oxymoron?
The use of 'certainly impossible' in your point about perpetual motion machines is an opinion. It most certainly is probably possible and additionally over-unification or 'lead out energy' which is a mechanism by which this type of device is manifested is not yet disproved and does not violate any of your existing laws (thermodynamics or otherwise).
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Jun
19
comment Common phrases for something that appears good but is actually bad
If you were Pandora, the box would be good at first same with the can of worms for a Fisherman... each statement has a context with an equal and opposite position via the context of its use.
Jun
18
answered Common phrases for something that appears good but is actually bad
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Jun
14
answered How to read “E = (mc)²” so as not to mistake for “E = mc²”