Q:Welp, might as well ignore math and physics now, cause who knows, it might not work tomorrow.
That is very much not what I was saying.
Everything we can understand hits a wall at some point. Past that wall, we guess.
What you said is true. It might not work tomorrow. Today, when you drop a brick, it falls to the ground.
But tomorrow the brick could turn into a cat and start speaking Spanish while flying around your front yard and sporatically turning invisible.
Because anything is possible.
Cats don’t meet the physiological requirements for speaking Spanish. But what if cats could speak Spanish by vibrating the air with their MINDS?
Well, they can’t. As far as we know.
The trouble here is this:
We don’t know everything.
On OUR side of the wall: gatos no hablan espanol.
But on the other side?
Well. We don’t know.
Maybe Jesus and an alien have a bet going about how long it takes for Bigfoot to find the magic button that makes cats vibrate air into the sound of the Spanish language with their minds.
But that doesn’t mean we should ignore cats today here on our side of the wall.
Maybe cats have been to the other side of that wall. And maybe that is why they ignore us.
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