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How do I know what I don't see

Posted March 10th, 2013 at 7:29 PM by droomph

I don't know that I have a pancreas, spleen, or heart.

I've never bothered to check.

I don't know if they're even real.

I've never seen one.

I don't know what an atom looks like.

I'm not that small.

I don't think that it's very plausible for DNA to exist.

Because I've never held it.

What do I know?

I know that the things I know aren't the limits.

What if the world was started when I remembered something?

What if the world is destroyed the second I die?

That doesn't sound plausible - and even if it was, this fake reality I made up feels much better than the real.

I'll go with what I feel like.

I'll find what I know.

You find what you know.

We'll share what we know, but if you don't know what I know, then you should learn.

If you don't want to, that's a shame. There's so much that I know that you don't know, and I want to know what you know!

But if you don't want to, why not? We'll go our separate ways, and be our separate selves.

Life feels much better that way.
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    Livewire's Avatar
    Uhhh, you know you have a pancreas, spleen, heart, etc, because you're you know, alive.
    Posted March 10th, 2013 at 7:34 PM by Livewire Livewire is offline
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Livewire View Comment
    Uhhh, you know you have a pancreas, spleen, heart, etc, because you're you know, alive.
    But how do I know that I don't run on other things?
    Posted March 10th, 2013 at 8:05 PM by droomph droomph is offline
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    Breathing
    Posted March 10th, 2013 at 8:26 PM by Squirrel Squirrel is offline
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    You may want to read some of these articles http://plato.stanford.edu/search/sea...y=epistemology

    epistemology being the study of knowledge
    Posted March 10th, 2013 at 11:03 PM by Juicy Juicy is offline
 

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