by Ponderer on May 29, 2022 8:26 am
Isle, we really do need to be more accepting and tolerant of Hate and his side's views.
I mean, if our side says that two plus two equals four, and Hate's side says that two plus two equals twelve thousand six hundred forty seven point nine, who are we to assert that we are right and he is wrong? Just because we can prove we are correct with facts, explanations, and evidence and he completely and totally can't?
We put too much importance on facts and evidence and "mathematical computations". Facts are just opinions. Evidence is only delusion. Numbers are subjective. Hate has tried for so long now to get us to understand that the reality is that no one really knows how math works. that experts don't know any more than anyone else does about it. Math experts are only giving us their biased opinions about what you get when you put two and two together. It's in their interest that we all believe that two plus two equals four. So why should we believe them?
We need to completely alter our apparently defective understanding of the the world to that of Hate's perspective and agree with him that no one can ever discern the the real truth about how much two plus two equals.
If Hate's world works with him believing that two plus two equals twelve thousand six hundred forty seven point nine and he and his neighbors and political party can exist and live their lives believing that two plus two equals twelve thousand six hundred forty seven point nine without presenting anything that actually proves or explains how that could be the case, then that's what the real truth must actually be! What are our "facts" and "evidence" and mathematical computations in the face of the reality that Hate has been able to set his mind to without any of that meaningless falderal whatsoever? Be fair!
So we should always remain open to what two plus two equals. No one can say for sure. Hate's guess is as good as ours or anyone else's. I mean, we certainly don't want to be labeled as "intolerant"!
Besides, as you know, math has always had a liberal bias anyways.