SWB Series: Thoughts For The Strange
We are real.
It’s been proven.
There are those that contest this and insist we are all figments of each other’s imaginations brought together by a rare form of quantum entanglement.
These are the “unrealists”.
The unrealists tend to pair the flat earth folks and they may be proving slightly similar points. Only one difficulty is found in this situation, and that is the mutual felling that each is unreal and just a figment of something (imagination or otherwise).
To those that are real, reality TV is a great outlet for life and an established place for daily humor, while for unrealists is a series of documentaries of what doesn’t exist (although, there are times where the real and unrealists have agreed on that point during a show – see, reality shows are sometimes so planned that they are truly unreal and fictional, which proves points on both sides of the real and unreal arguments … ie. the fiction is real, but the situation is unreal and all are figments of otherwise).
Not to the unrealists and those trying to disprove their points (themselves at times since unrealists are really figments of themselves … they think).
Now, all of these points are Scientifically Proven by some type of science somewhere … you just have to find it – or make it up until it exists. Making it up isn’t wrong – at some point everything exists. Star Trek proved that.
Did you get that transparent aluminum serving bowl yet?
One of the best points in scientific practice is to try to disprove your point or theory. This puts the unrealists in a situation where they have to try to prove everything to be “real” placing them on the side of “the real” during this process. Politically this is an issue, because it causes internal strife with many “unrealist” organizations. Many a mini civil war within the unrealists have erupted during this disapproval process – even in purely scientific situations.
Scientists on both sides are trying to resolve this argument within 100 years … although this will be a challenge since both sides are still struggling with shapes and sizes, including that of the earth.
Unreal reality may result as a compromise to the argument.
This could ultimately result in things like the economy not being real and bread becoming free – since it wouldn’t be real in the world of the unrealists.
Note: To clarify “anti-reality” is not part of this discussion as it is a separate theory practiced under a completely different scientific discipline of the twisted grass method. This method would take close to a month to summarize, so we’ll hold off on that for now.
Please remember while reading this that this is completely unreal to the unrealists and the real alike simply because it is only a few atoms meshing into some form of digital ink (and if you try to make it completely real by printing it will damage your printer … since your printer is unreal, it can’t print anything real).
All hail reality!!!
… except for the unrealists.
-SWB … scientifically proven fact at it’s best.
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