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Algebra is a higher level, calculus is higher, and so on. Knowing long division doesn't make one a master of math, nor any other level. They are all true, but truth unfolds. layers upon layers upon layers. All true. And each to build on a higher truth and/or to be discarded if found to be useless.
FlowersNButterflies FlowersNButterflies 51-55, F 6 Answers Aug 19, 2012 in Hobbies

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Deep. Now I have to spend the night in significant thought. Somebody help me with my knee, I can't do the lotus position as easily as I used to. Thank you....oooooooommmmmmm.

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Hmm, have not Gödel's incompleteness theorem kicked out the wind from the sail of these hierarchical onion-skin assumptions about higher and lower truths once and for all? Have not he showed that raising complexity in fact makes a system even more vulnerable to inherent inconsistencies?

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LOL! All left brain, and no right brain? Can't function well that way -- balance is important!

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I am not a big fan of the laterality hypothesis either :) However, Gödel's theorem actually opens up the way towards more "righty" ways of looking for the "truth", so keep rocking!

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Yup the levels of truths are only as truthful as the people are ect.

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Yes, and/or as aware of the people are. Some people think they have the whole truth, when they have only just mastered the beginnings. Thanks for responding.

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