P=-P Examples

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Eodnhoj7
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P=-P Examples

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P=-P

Examples:


1. "Judas hanged at x time" and "Judas did not hang at x time"; if Judas was standing on a stool with his toes planted while a rope hung around his neck holding up half of his weight he both hanged and not-hanged.

2. One road goes both ways.

3. A square peg equates to a square hole as both are squares.

4. Things exist through change thus the potential state of something must exist within the actual.

5. "We step and do not step into the same rivers; we are and we are not" Heraclitus

6. If all exists as one then opposites must equate to each other; there is a totality of being thus being is one therefore opposites are one.

7. 7. At an instance of change both the actual and potential are one.

8. Continuous expansion and contraction, thus opposition, at the same time in the same context is a circle.
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Re: P=-P Examples

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Eodnhoj7 wrote: Fri Jan 28, 2022 12:53 am P=-P

Examples:

...

2. One road goes both ways.

you may travel, but the road doesn't "go" anywhere...

-Imp
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Re: P=-P Examples

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Impenitent wrote: Fri Jan 28, 2022 1:11 am
Eodnhoj7 wrote: Fri Jan 28, 2022 12:53 am P=-P

Examples:

...

2. One road goes both ways.

you may travel, but the road doesn't "go" anywhere...

-Imp
A traveler doing a split in the middle of a road is going in opposing directions at the same time.
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