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B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart for December 22, 2016

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    David Huie Green-ToChargeForTruthIsToPayForLies  almost 5 years ago

    But did it make a noise?

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    Brass Orchid Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    Let me rephrase that… Did anybody witness it?

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    Phred Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    Obviously, an act of God.

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    nosirrom  almost 5 years ago

    You could hear the timbre of the tree for miles.

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    Kaputnik  almost 5 years ago

    And how would this old question affect the insurance payout? Do you get double indemnity if it didn’t make a sound?

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    TossedSaladCartoon  almost 5 years ago

    THANK YOU!

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    sandpiper  almost 5 years ago

    Either way – claim denied!!

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    cubswin2016  almost 5 years ago

    There would be sound waves, but for there to be sound, someone has to be there to translate the waves into sound.

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    comixbomix  almost 5 years ago

    Try not to confuse “sound”, with “hearing”…

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    rshive  almost 5 years ago

    Not The Sound of Music, perhaps. But a sound anyway.

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    dflak  almost 5 years ago

    This reminds me of the old joke: If a man talks in the forest, and there is no woman to hear him, is he still wrong?

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    Dr_Zinj  almost 5 years ago

    If a tree falls in a forest, is it a forest anymore?

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    jtviper7  almost 5 years ago

    The only reason it made a sound, was because BC was there to hear it.

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    PappyFiddle  almost 5 years ago

    But why is the Immigration & Naturalization Service investigating a fallen tree?

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    neverenoughgold  almost 5 years ago

    B.C. the comic was arrested for lack of evidence…

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    zeexenon  almost 5 years ago

    Insurance man said, “Sorry you’re not covered for that. And you paid premiums for the past 40 years for peace-of-mind.”)

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    UpaCoCoCreek Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    Well I didn’t hear it, claim denied!

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    David Huie Green-ToChargeForTruthIsToPayForLies  almost 5 years ago

    StevenTorrey said,

    “Things exist independent of any ‘human’ ability to hear, interpret, respond to the event. Geesh!”

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    Things do but somethings aren’t things, they are interpretations or are based on definitions.

    If a sound is a vibration, then all vibrations are sounds.

    Not all vibrations are sounds because there are ears incapable of hearing them.

    Therefore not all vibrations are sounds.

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    It depends on the definition and interpretation.

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    There is no beauty without someone capable of perceiving it, otherwise it may just be a sunset.

    There is no cold without someone capable of feeling it, otherwise it is simply a temperature.

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    The follow up which has been mentioned is one of who or what must be there to perceive it.

    Does an earthworm count? Why or why not?

    Is there a level of consciousness required? Why or why not?

    What is consciousness, anyway?

    How do we really know anything?

    How do we know how we know is right?

    How do we know how we know how we know is right?

    How far does this recursion have to go before it falls apart?

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    How do we know that?

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    Is philosophy really worth anything?

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    How do we define worth?

    Does worth exist independent of people?

    How do we know?

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    David Huie Green-ToChargeForTruthIsToPayForLies  almost 5 years ago

    (and, no, I’m not serious)

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    Prey  almost 5 years ago

    Out FOR lunch or TO lunch?

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    David Huie Green-ToChargeForTruthIsToPayForLies  almost 5 years ago

    Pprey said,

    “Out FOR lunch or TO lunch?”

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    It all depends on whether you’re using “lunch” as a noun or a verb.

    In this case since it is used in conjunction with “for,” it is used as a noun.

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