Friday, September 29, 2006

Quote of the Day - September 29, 2006

It's difficult to predict unpredictable behaviour.


Anonymous John said...

And yet, by its very nature, unpredictable behavior is predictably unpredictable, always. Of this, we can be certain 99% of the time, more or less.
- John

9/30/2006 12:33 PM  
Blogger SpakKadi said...

You can always predict that unpredictable behaviour will happen. But once you predict exactly what that behaviour will be, it has been predicted, and is therefore not unpredictable, resulting in a reverse temporal paradox where the future is set in stone and the past is always in flux. Then entropy starts to decrease and choas doesn't break out. (Kids, don't try this at home)

9/30/2006 11:30 PM  
Anonymous John said...

So, if I get you right, what will have had been had it have not been predicted, is, simply by the fact it had never previously been predicted, doomed to first be, and then to enter into a past existence, eventually, unpredicted, yet real, regardless of and notwithstanding the fact that we had had no sense "previously", of its eventual, future, momentary, and I stress momentary, manifestation in a present, that with time, will become then.

- John

p.s. Sorry about the monkeys.

10/01/2006 5:38 PM  

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