"unlimited paradox" - an ever present unlimited force does not exist
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can the unlimited limit itself? if not, it is not unlimited. if so, it is not unlimited.
thus, we can see by probing a few questions about what it means to be unlimited, that it does not really exist, at least in terms of being ever present.
There are no limitations to those possibilities, we take the risk every day we breathe.
if random chance was truly unlimited, it'd be such that it could "do anything", which is not the case with random chance. and even if it was able to do anything, it can't surmount the probing questions i gave about limiting itself or not limiting itself, without contradicting itself.
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Vote Placed by FuzzyCatPotato 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Force =/= chance
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