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Author Topic: In light of a question I am about to ask , what is it about uncertainty?  (Read 1608 times)

Offline tommya300

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Little food for thought.

From man's point of view, relatively everything has a counter part! A battery has its plus and minus terminal, good has the bad, wet has the dry, like has the dislike and why has the why not, cold has hot, right has left, max has min; etc....

Oh, light has the dark, that is saying, can we see light before it is reflected?
Light is a certain electromagnetic reaction on a surface, that the mechanism is lacking some resonance that occurs within a certain frequency range which we can naturally observe without any aids, normally.

We surmise that light sets the speed limit in our Universe, so far!
 Then why is it, no matter where light goes, it always finds darknest was there first? 


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"It is said that the opposite of noise is silence. This isn't true. Silence is only the absence of noise. Silence would have been a terrible din compared to the sudden soft implosion of noiselessness that hit the wizards with the force of an exploding dandelion clock."  Terry Pratchett says it better than me (from The Light Fantastic)

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Many of the things that are widely considered to be opposites are actually not, or are only subjectively so, as imatfaal points out.

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