Philosophy's questions - Polish iziqna

Is nothing impossible?

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Best answer: There is nothing that I can demonstrate as impossible, if that is the question. The likelihood of the event can be extremely tiny and thus I would consider it impossible, and might even call it that, but what is "impossible" generally depends on what constraints you place on the event. Is it possible for... show more

Best answer: Germany was probably bluffing and not going to invade if they hadn't gotten the Sudetenland. The Czech fortifications put the French Maginot line to shame, they had something over thirty well-trained and very well equipped divisions in their army, and their tanks were better than the best of the German tanks,... show more

Invasions include starvation, manipulation & concentration camps; their still in progress today. The blacks in America are Indians & they do not know this because they were forced to call themselves " Black ".

Best answer: No The iceburg was the truth that the Captain (the metaphorical atheist) chose to ignore until it was too late. He'd had warnings, He'd been advise to slow down....but he let pride and ego take him and 1500 people to destruction

Best answer: I would, but I have to say the transition years (1999-2000) were awful. People get very hysteric about these things, and there was a continuous hype "oh how modern and futuristic we are going to be". Bear in mind also that it was not only a change of century, but a change of millennium. Go figure.

And finally if the Poles also activate their Alliance with Romania, meaning Romanian soldiers go to help Poland, and Germany has no access to essential Romanian oil.

Keats said this. Could you use this as a philosophy to inform your entire life? Why or why not?

Best answer: Life is meaningless, and why you should seriously look for meaning beyond the world, like finding God and getting out of the illusion and reincarnation.

Seems pretty correct to me and everyone I've asked either could argue against it or simply admitted to it being true.