|Walt Henderson - 2008-04-29 |
I'm not surprised that the same people who can't distinguish between the Bible and reality would also reference comic books in an argument about physics.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2008-04-29 |
Uggg what a way to ruin a great PF song.
|anvill - 2008-04-29 |
Can't wait for the sequel, when the author goes a few feet deeper in the pool of dumb and arrives at the ultimate truth: TIME CUBE.
|kelpfoot - 2008-04-29 |
I like how he makes a scientific argument by citing comic book physics.
|StanleyPain - 2008-04-29 |
THis sounds like the kind of dumbshit philosophy you hear from people you get really wasted and try to fill you in on their "deep insight."
DUDE THE ANSWER TO THE UNIVERSE IS IN DOORKNOB. CAN'T YOU SMELL IT TOO?
|ashtar. - 2008-04-29 |
He sure says a lot of things that have no relation to each other or whatever point he is trying to make. I'm guessing that his actual argument is something like "if time is infinite, we couldn't be at this present point in time because an infinite amount of time must have already passed in order to arrive at this point, and an infinite amount to time cannot pass." This is dumb, for the same reason as saying that space cannot be infinite because we would have to have travelled an infinite distance to be where we are.
Anyhow, everyone knows that time doesn't exist. J.M.E. McTaggart, Represent!
There is a legitimate argument for why time cannot be infinite, but that isn't it.
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2008-04-29 |
it's like this
|RockBolt - 2008-04-29 |
|chumbucket - 2008-04-30 |
blah blah blah blah blah god said blah blah blah blah blah paradox blah blah blah so there
|Crucifried - 2008-04-30 |
"I'm going to prove faith! Oh wait, that's a paradox! Done in by my own relentless logic."
|Xenocide - 2008-04-30 |
Einstein once said a thing, which is supported by issue #147 of X-Men where Johnny Timefreeze was defeated by Wolverine. Therefore: God. Where's my Nobel Prize?
|kingarthur - 2008-04-30 |
I love how he breaks into emo folk song at the end there: "Can there have always been a yesterday?"
Also, citation of comic books physics. Did you know Jesus could walk on water because he was a Kryptonian?
|charmlessman - 2008-04-30 |
"I have, with the power of my mind and a few loosely presented and related paradoxes of questionable veracity, proven God exists! I am the culmination of 5000 years of human philosophy! No off to Hardee's for a burger."
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