Because people think £40 is a reasonable price for a printer.
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The interesting thing is that they have to exclude the stuff on how you say it because otherwise everything gets directed to the pronunciation pages, rather than philosophy.No it does not.I stand corrected. I read it in haste as non-pronounceable, not non-pronounciation. The former is a function of the abilities of a given reader.
The latter is misspelled and I take to mean non-pronunciation.
Maybe it's a British spelling like 'watre' or something
You are just as much a God as any other.I can't, off hand, think of a statement which is blasphemous, but objectively false."I am God."
Some might be undecidable.
That seems to meet both your criteria. So do you consider it undecidable? Technically I suppose so.
I can't, off hand, think of a statement which is blasphemous, but objectively false.That's blasphemy I think.Perhaps, but truth often is.
I have the hex multiplication tables memorized from using it so much. 7x5=23 and all that...Do you muddle Halloween with Christmas?
We and all were made in God's image. God's image of the world?No.
No it does not.if you go down the rabbit hole, and click on the first non-pronounciation hyperlink in every article that you come toThis implies that the word 'philosophy' isn't pronounceable.
You have much to learn.No, but why would Adam have 'em? E/specially if he was created first? What use were they to him?
It's not like they're useful for other men either.
Since their first discoveries, X-ray and gamma ray have never been explained as the result of oscillating electrons on a conductor. There's no obvious structure that act as transmitting antenna.No