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Stotty's new webpage

A Parliament of Things

filling up nicely with good things such as:

1 The world is wholly contingent.
1.1 The world is the totality of changes.
1.11 The world is determined by the changes, and by there always being change.
2 It is a river-bed proposition throughout all time that climate changes.
2.1 Climate change is a tautology.
2.11 Climate is always either 'warming' or 'cooling'.
2.12 Climate changes with, or without, human contingencies.
2.13 Human influence neither creates nor halts the fact of change.
2.2 The world divides into the facts of change.
2.21 Doing something, and not doing something, are equally contingent.
3 Causality is not a law which Nature obeys.
3.1 Causality is the form in which propositions are cast.
4 Monocausal propositions deny contingency.
4.1 Monocausal propositions are but the witchcraft of their time.
4.11 Monocausal propositions lead to authoritarian actions.
5 Nothing is so difficult as not deceiving oneself.
5.1 Human monocauses are inherently self-deceptive.
5.11 The world is independent of my will.
5.12 There is no logical connection between my wish and the world.
5.121 fx = "x is controllable"; "fx is false for all values of x".
5.122 How likely then is ($x).fx?
5.123 [p,£,N(£)].
6 Logical climate space can be reduced to three words.
6.1 Climate always changes.
6.11 Climate is uncontrollable
7 What we cannot speak about we must pass over in silence.


At the risk of sounding like an ignorant american...


Too profound for me, I'm afraid..

Same here, but with the help of dictionary.com I got the drift of it.

The chicken lickens are talking bollocks... still.

Well I got the drift of it but I still don't know what I'm supposed to make of it.

A friend likes to say "Nature doesn't shave with Occam's razor". More or less profound?

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