John R (Little Upsilon)
| Monday, November 10, 2008 - 05:00 pm |
In our reality and physical world, there are too many factors. Water hypothetically changes state at 100oc, yes. But In the process of doing so, the fire may give out, the pot maybe knocked over, we may find that the liquid was not water.
There are two "human flaws" to these laws. One may occur in language - improper expression of terms for the concepts -, and the second may occur in language - to leave conditions implicit. There are others; being one of our interest: to not know the unknown. Its largely the unknown that poses a question mark on the order we see, on what we know.
You showed me no different.
The existence of absolutes is an open question.