Limburglar

March 7th, 2012, 07:03 PM

Hey folks,

Back in January, I wrote the Theory of Everything (but I named it the Fundamental Theorem of Logic).

I can put this idea into mathematical or scientific notation, but I wrote it in plain language, so everyone can understand it...if they read it carefully.

The brats at the Science Forum threw their childish tantrums, but not the loftiest scholar or scientist has been able to dis-prove my theory.

I hope the people here at the Writing Forum are more mature. If you don't understand it, that's cool. I hope it provides some entertainment, at the very least:

"The Fundamental Theorem of Logic"

As every scientist and school child knows from math class,

if you exclude any factor or variable from your calculation,

then your answer will be wrong. Your "answer" may

still be pretty close, but the margin of error implies it is less than 100%.

As humans, we are not omniscient. Since we do not have all the answers, our

calculations and perceptions are simply reasonable beliefs. "Belief" is another

word for "Faith" and faith is the foundation for "God."

I (the flesh and blood person writing this story) am not omniscient.

What I just said is false, even if it's true.

This is a paradox, but truth is anchored in paradox, and truth is perfection.

Back in January, I wrote the Theory of Everything (but I named it the Fundamental Theorem of Logic).

I can put this idea into mathematical or scientific notation, but I wrote it in plain language, so everyone can understand it...if they read it carefully.

The brats at the Science Forum threw their childish tantrums, but not the loftiest scholar or scientist has been able to dis-prove my theory.

I hope the people here at the Writing Forum are more mature. If you don't understand it, that's cool. I hope it provides some entertainment, at the very least:

"The Fundamental Theorem of Logic"

As every scientist and school child knows from math class,

if you exclude any factor or variable from your calculation,

then your answer will be wrong. Your "answer" may

still be pretty close, but the margin of error implies it is less than 100%.

As humans, we are not omniscient. Since we do not have all the answers, our

calculations and perceptions are simply reasonable beliefs. "Belief" is another

word for "Faith" and faith is the foundation for "God."

I (the flesh and blood person writing this story) am not omniscient.

What I just said is false, even if it's true.

This is a paradox, but truth is anchored in paradox, and truth is perfection.