What I Believe About the Fundamental Nature of Reality (An Exercise in Fallacious Thinking)

This post right here, this one, distils a lot of pseudoscience arguments into simple sentences. When you come across a pseudoscience post, you should link them to the original of this (Sean Hampton-Cole) and diagnose the offending post with a number.

Ideas Out There

Irony is Everything

I believe, firmly and resolutely, and to a degree that makes it impossible to for new evidence to convince me otherwise, that the universe and all things are made up of fundamental, intangible, generative waveform-forces I call ironies.

There are four sub-types of irony that are at the heart of all things:

1) The cruel irony

2) The subtle irony

3) The normal irony

4) The ‘is it irony?’ (i3) irony

These ironies combine with one another in every combination possible (although I cannot fully describe the process yet) and give rise to electro-magnetism, the strong atomic force, the weak atomic force and gravity, as well as the various strings and membranes which physicists today erroneously believe constitute the building blocks of all things.

The various intricate interactions between the fundamental ironies and the irony compounds which arise also go a long way towards explaining the absurdities…

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1 thought on “What I Believe About the Fundamental Nature of Reality (An Exercise in Fallacious Thinking)”

  1. These ironies combine with one another in every combination possible (although I cannot fully describe the process yet) and give rise to electro-magnetism, the strong atomic force, the weak atomic force and gravity, as well as the various strings and membranes which physicists today erroneously believe constitute the building blocks of all things.

    LOL! It’s Higharka!!!! 🙂

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