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Cory

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Compulsive games postulates pic. "Conflicting postulates"
« on: February 20, 2014, 02:37:35 pm »
Hey everyone, I made this to show postulates that are conflicting. I think it makes it easier to understand in this form.

Conflicting postulates are:

 ;D  Must be known         VS    Must not know        >:(
 >:( Must not be known   VS    Must know               ;D
 ;D  Must know               VS    Must not be known  >:(
 >:( Must not know         VS    Must be known         ;D

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The electric spark is representative of sensation?
To remove that which separates one from the truth.

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Yes or the result of opposition. Like when you try and jump start a car battery and connect the wrong terminals you get a spark or a repulsion. But when you connect the right battery terminals, the energy flows, or you get attraction, but that's not shown in this one, it's shown in the next one I gotta make.

Does it make sense?
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