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Will there ever be a time where literally everything is possible?


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Immovable in all directions. Sorry it's not about comprehending, it's about logic. :)


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But then it wouldn't be immovable. I want to be able to create immovable rock and move it. Check-mate, no can't do. :)

Quantum rules would apply- it would be both movable and immovable at the same time.


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You mean it would be movable and immovable until someone looked at it, or observed it in any way. Such as creating it; you observe it by knowing it's been made with parameters X, Y, Z. Face it, Craven's got you beat there. So here's another one.

 

I want to create a rock so heavy I can not lift it in any gravitational field, even in microgravity. I create it, and then I CAN NOT lift it, by DEFINITION. I can lift it, then I COULD NOT create it, by definition.


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Immovable in all directions. Sorry it's not about comprehending, it's about logic. :)
I'm suggesting that we may be able to create new dimensions for this to be possible, and that most certainly cannot be comprehended with a modern mind, which is the point I'm trying to make.

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Well I have a proposition. If something is imaginable. Shouldn't it be possible somehow. I mean if something is impossible wouldn't it be unimaginable. If a rock that is immovable cannot move but is imagined that is has been moved. Then it has been done, no? If you can imagine a species going extinct... that is possible. Imagine a species not becoming extinct... that is possible. Things that were once thought of as impossible for example flying. It was made possible. Reviving someone was impossible then. Future tech will make it possible. We do not know all there is about space time. All we have are theories. Actually we practically know nothing about math and science because they are all based on theories. Incomplete theories too. Almost nothing is definite. An immovable object actually seems impossible because how can you imagine an immovable object, If all matter is in constant motion? Even solid objects which appear motionless are moving. Their particles are vibrating. Nothing is actually not moving when you think about it, not even the universe itself. It is also constantly expanding. Nothing is really immovable... in a virtual world an object can be made immovable... but you can program it to be moved. So technically it is not immovable. If something is immovable it must not be able to be moved at ALL. If you imagine an immovable object it can still move if you imagined it moved. So therefore it is not immovable. An immovable object cannot be imagined if a movable object can be imagined.  Because if a movable object was imaginable then an immovable object can be imagined movable. Which means an immovable object either is both immovable and movable or an immovable object can not exist. Just like the universe is infinite so are the possibilities.


Edited by Gamewizard71, 21 June 2013 - 12:10 AM.





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