modern thoughtvs. the theory of imagination

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modern thoughtvs. the theory of imagination

Post by Anti-christ » Thu Mar 08, 2007 4:57 pm

What consists of elements is actual phrases of words. Talking about the COW. Where my thought reaches rational thinking. I'd like to suggest modern thought as presumptual outer limit. While lets throw in theory of imagination as the actual numbers table. For example: If I were to pick a part of a paper and toss it across the room. Thin air will coalide with that paper and cause an eruption of thinking games. Haven't we all had some of those days. Thinking about nothing over something that can and will exist in the theorium of phrases of words. Hence, modern thought has got to exist. While, the theory of imagination coalides with the outer limits of of imaginary thinking. What? was I believe the first word invented by what modern thought[athiesm]. More than likely he would and could change the outcome of our being. But, since, He was selfless and without a single thought. He tried to change what the question was into an answer without giving it away. Hence, my theory is as follows:

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Post by ExpectantlyIronic » Fri Mar 09, 2007 8:16 am

I agree?

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